Beata Lisowska


Beata Lisowska is a data scientist at Development Initiatives, working on the Joined-up Data Standards project. Beata’s work focuses on mapping and linking data standards. She also develops and maintains the joined-up data standards thesaurus. Beata finished her Ph.D. in metabolic modelling of microbial systems at the University of Bath in 2015. She holds an M.S. in bioinformatics from Imperial College London and a B.S. in biotechnology from Cardiff University.

Latest Articles

Opinion: The case for metadata
3 Mar 2017

The data revolution has a lot of supporters, but the metadata revolution may be just as vital when it comes to achieving the SDGs. Development Initiatives Data Scientist Beata Lisowska explains.

Data revolution needs to deliver for world's poorest
25 Jul 2016

The Sustainable Development Goals framework offers a great opportunity to develop effective information systems at a national level, with one caveat: It should be treated as a means to an end, not an end in itself, assert Publish What You Fund's Tom Orrell and Development Initiatives' Beata Lisowska in this #DataDriven guest column.