I trained in electrical and computer engineering, before doing a PhD in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy. I now direct a research programme that combines concepts, data and methods from a range of environmental, health, social and quantitative sciences to answer important questions in global health. We collect and analyse primary field data, and also develop and apply analytical models to a combination of primary and secondary data. You can learn about our research and about the members of our highly interdisciplinary research group through the Global Environmental Health Research Group page.
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et al., 2020, The Lancet NCDI Poverty Commission: bridging a gap in universal health coverage for the poorest billion., Lancet, Vol:396, Pages:991-1044
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et al., 2020, Using low-cost sensor technologies and advanced computational methods to improve dose estimations in health panel studies: results of the AIRLESS project, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, ISSN:1559-0631
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