Nina Regenold

Nina Regenold is a Project Analyst at Discern Health. She brings a strong qualitative research background and knowledge of innovative, international, and multicultural care approaches to help clients improve care and navigate the health system. Nina’s recent work at Discern involves projects related to value-based care, policy, provider consolidation, and vaccination.

Prior to joining Discern, Nina worked with the Rapid Research, Evaluation and Appraisal Lab (RREAL) at University College London (UCL), where she conducted qualitative research with health care workers during COVID-19 and collaborated on a number of publications. Nina has program evaluation experience relating to peer- and community-based recovery models. She also has experience conducting health research across different levels, including individual patient experiences, specific cultural groups, health care providers, and larger health systems.

Areas of Expertise

  • Qualitative analysis
  • Literature scans and reviews
  • Program evaluation


  • MSc, Medical Anthropology – University College London (UCL)
  • BA, Anthropology – McGill University


  • Baltimore, MD

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