Ceire Costelloe BA(hons) MSc PhD CStat trained in Medical Statistics after studying Immunology at Trinity College Dublin.
She is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Primary Care and Public health and Director of the Global digital health unit at Imperial.
She leads a team of doctoral and postdoctoral researchers funded through the NIHR, ESRC and the Wellcome trust, addressing key questions in infection related and antimicrobial resistant infection (AMR). She holds a personal NIHR Career Development Fellowship which funds research evaluating interventions targeting AMR using routinely collected clinical data and novel statistical causal inference methods.
From 2015-2018 she was a Lecturer within the NIHR HPRU in HCAI and AMR at Imperial, and she maintains close collaboration with the unit. She has experience working in clinical trials both with the Bristol Randomised trials unit and the NIHR pragmatic clinical trials unit at Queen Mary University London.
More details about the Global Digital health unit, including opportunities, can be found here: Global Digital Health unit
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