C‌harlotte Roscoe

Hey! I'm a first-year PhD Candidate in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EBS) and am currently working on the underlying mechanisms by which green space impacts cardiovascular health under the supervision of Dr Susan Hodgson, Dr Daniela Fecht and Dr John Gulliver. I'm looking forward to fixing up some fun events for PG students this year, representing all of you and, of course, I'm happy to help out with any issues – just get in touch! I sit with Tom Bond (your other EBS rep) in room 171 on the first floor of the School of Public Health (St. Mary's) – pop in or send me an email.


‌T‌om Bond

Hi everyone- I’m currently in the second year of my PhD, supervised by Professor Marjo-Riitta Jarvelin in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics (EBS). My interests include rock climbing, cycling, running and the epidemiology of obesity. I sit in room 171 on the 1st floor EBS corridor, and would love to hear from you if you have anything which you want to discuss, so don’t hesitate to come and find me.

 


Hannah Maude

Hi all, I'm Hannah and I am studying a PhD in the Department of Genomics of Common Disease with Dr Toby Andrew, specifically on the role of the mitochondria in Type 2 Diabetes. I've started my 1st year of PhD (although my 5th year at Imperial - ask me in a few years to find out if I'll ever leave!!). This is also my 22nd year living in London, and I am always happy to meet/get to know new people/chat science while sharing my favourite city locations. I'm looking forward to representing you as a student rep from my main base in the Hammersmith Campus (Burlington Danes Building).


Federica Amati

Hi everyone! I’m a Research Postgraduate and am currently working on improving the outcomes of psychological therapies for common mental health disorders under the supervision of Professor John Green & Dr Geva Greenfield in the Department of Primary Care and Public Health (PCPH). I’ve always been a student rep from BSc to MPH and really enjoy listening to and advocating for my fellow PhD students, so please get in touch if there is anything you want to discuss or improve – I sit in the WHOCC office of our department, 3rd floor of the Reynolds Building Room 334.

Fun facts: I lived in NYC for 2 years working on film and fashion festivals which is how I met my husband, my mother tongue is Italian and I love vegetarian food.


‌‌Oliver Watson

Hey – I’m a first-year PhD student in the Department for Infectious Disease Epidemiology, supervised by Professor Azra Ghani and working on computational models and tools for the simulation and interpretation of genetic data for the study of malaria evolution. Please come say hi is you have any ideas or if you have any concerns. I sit in UG 16, on the Praed St. side of the department- ring the doorbell!