I am a Research Associate based in the statistics section at Imperial College London. My research uses viral sequence data, clinical and epidemiological patient data to characterise HIV transmission at population-level, which can be used to guide public health interventions. I have also been involved in research relating to COVID-19, with a focus on children losing parents and caregivers. More broadly, I am interested in studying health inequalities, to inform policy seeking to close these gaps.
I have collaborated with numerous partners including the HIV Transmission Elimination Team (H-TEAM), the Amsterdam Institute of Global Health and Development, the Phylogenetics And Networks for Generalised Epidemics in Africa (PANGEA) HIV consortium, the Botswana-Havard AIDS Institute Partnership and the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
PhD in Medical Statistics, 2020
MSc in Medical Statistics, 2016
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
BSc in Mathematics and Statistics, 2013
University of Leeds