I am a PhD student in the Global Environmental Health research group at the School of Public Health. I work in the Non-communicable Disease Risk Factor Collaboration (NCD-RisC) subgroup.
My PhD is looking at global trends in blood pressure and hypertension prevalence within groups of BMI. I am supervised by Prof Majid Ezzati, Dr James Bennett and Dr Bin Zhou.
Before my time at Imperial, I studied for a BSc in Mathematics at the University of Edinburgh and an MSc in Applied Statistics and Datamining at the University of St. Andrews. My master’s thesis used occupancy modelling to determine if hoverfly (a key marker for biodiversity) abundance has changed due to increasing temperature in the UK over the last 40 years.