Global Change, Infectious Disease Outbreaks, Natural Hazards, Conflicts, Population Vulnerability
I am a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins University in the Infectious Disease Dynamics Group (Bloomberg School of Public Health) and hold an honorary research associate position at Imperial College London (School of Public Health) and University College London (Institute for Global Health).
My research focuses on using statistical modelling and machine learning to further understand the role of climate on cholera outbreaks in Africa and how these risks may change in the future. I predominantly work within the Vaccine Impact Modelling Consortium's climate change research project.
My interests include climate extremes, conflict, population vulnerability and infectious diseases impacting those most vulnerable in the population. My educational background is in veterinary medicine, climate change and epidemiology.
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et al., 2023, Researchers on ice? How the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Antarctic researchers, Antarctic Science, Vol:35, ISSN:0954-1020, Pages:141-160
et al., 2022, The impact of social and environmental extremes on cholera time varying reproduction number in Nigeria, Plos Global Public Health, Vol:2, ISSN:2767-3375
et al., 2022, Association between conflict and Cholera in Nigeria and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Vol:28, ISSN:1080-6040, Pages:2472-2481