Rachel joined CLS in March 2006 to work on the NCDS, BCS70 and MCS data. Her main responsibilities include preparation and maintenance of datasets, consistency checking and data editing, documentation and analysis.
DEX, S. and ROSENBERG, R. (2008) Ethnic minorities and non-response in the Millennium Cohort Study. CLS Working Paper 2008/11. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies
HOCKLEY, C., QUIGLEY, M., JOHNSON, J., ROSENBERG, R., DEZATEUX, C. and JOSHI, H. (2007) MCS Birth Registration and Hospital Episodes Statistics Linkage: A Guide to the Dataset. London: Centre for Longitudinal Studies
Her previous positions include over two years carrying out technical support and software training (STATISTICA suite of analytical tools, including Data Miner and Text Miner) at StatSoft Ltd, Bedford, and two and a half years as an actuarial consultant for Watson Wyatt Partners Ltd, London. She obtained an honours degree in Mathematics and Statistics from Edinburgh University in 1997.
Rachel has also spent three years in Italy where she worked as an English teacher to adults and children, and translated technical documents and brochures.