Good science begins with curiosity. It continues with good teaching in the basics of scientific methods, and continues with training throughout the course of one’s career as a researcher. At Ternyata, we like to train people who are already in the field doing a job. We offer analysis skills and tools that can help them to do their jobs better. Very often, all we need to do is point people towards different ways of looking at data they already generate. We also aim to help people develop skills to communicate research findings better, both in person (through improved presentation skills) and on paper, through scientific writing for peer reviewed journals.
Elizabeth Pisani is also a regular guest lecturer at universities in Europe and North America. She teaches in the fields of HIV epidemiology, research methods and public health policy