Zuzanna Marciniak-Nuqui

Zuzanna Marciniak-Nuqui


Ph.D. in social anthropology, University of Cambridge; M.A. in social sciences, The University of Chicago; B.Soc.Sc. in social anthropology, The University of Manchester


Zuzanna Marciniak-Nuqui is an analyst at RAND Europe focusing on health care innovation research. She is particularly interested in using qualitative methods in health care research. She has experience in conducting ethnography (participant observation), formal and informal interviews, focus groups, and photo elicitation in healthcare settings.

Before joining RAND Europe, Marciniak-Nuqui worked at the Centre for Population Health Sciences, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, where she led qualitative research on the social and cultural aspects surrounding diabetes patients' wound care practices in Singapore. She has previously done research on Christian NGO aid for female foreign care workers in Singapore, focusing on the intersection of migration, gender, religion, and care.

Marciniak-Nuqui earned her Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of Cambridge.


English; Polish; German