I am a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation funded research fellow based in the MRC centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis.
I am leading a project to develop a formal global malaria modelling framework to support the use of the Imperial College London malariasimulation malaria transmission model in global modelling requests and for national and sub-national modelling. The project builds upon group-wide work to maximise impact as well as leveraging outputs from the wider research community. The project will link the transmission model to primary data and provide the foundation for the development of tools to support country programmes and the investigation of critical research questions.
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