I am currently a Research Assistant working in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology. My research interests lie in spatial and spatio–temporal statistics and the implementation of Bayesian hierarchical models with applications in the environment and public health.
Prior to joining Imperial, I was a PhD student at the University of Bath. My PhD research involved developing Bayesian hierarchical models to integrate data from multiple (and often disparate) sources to estimate global air quality and the associated burden of disease. Alongside my PhD, I was involved in a number of other short term projects centred in environment and health with collaborators such as the World Health Organization and the Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology at the University of Bath.
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