I am a PhD student in the malaria group of the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology. My thesis focuses on modelling malaria in humanitarian crises, supervised by Dr Tom Churcher, Prof. Azra Ghani (and Dr Bhargavi Rao in her role at Doctors Without Borders). I am currently researching how the prevalence of P. falciparum infection in pregnant women might be used to both monitor the level of malaria transmission in general and verify trends in clinical incidence data from areas with heavy, unmonitored population movement.
I studied Mathematics and Philosophy at undergraduate at the University of York. I then did an MSc in Statistics at the University of Leeds and an MRes in the Epidemiology, Evolution and Control of Infectious Diseases at Imperial College London before starting my PhD.
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