I am a PhD student within the MRC Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis, supervised by Dr Anne Cori, Dr Pierre Nouvellet and Professor Neil Ferguson. My current work focuses on assessing and improving methods for real-time outbreak forecasting.
Previous work included research into the optimisation of vector control for malaria and the parameterisation of mathematical models to help predict the most effective interventions in different settings.
I have a BSc Biological Sciences (Microbiology and Infectious Disease) from the University of Exeter (2016) and an MSc Control of Infectious Diseases from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2017).
et al., 2023, Assessing the variability in experimental hut trials evaluating insecticide-treated nets against malaria vectors, Current Research in Parasitology & Vector-borne Diseases
Nash RK, Cori A, Nouvellet P, 2022, Estimating the epidemic reproduction number from temporally aggregated incidence data: a statistical modelling approach and software tool
Nash RK, Nouvellet P, Cori A, 2022, Real-time estimation of the epidemic reproduction number: Scoping review of the applications and challenges, Plos Digital Health, Vol:1, ISSN:2767-3170, Pages:e0000052-e0000052
et al., 2022, Optimising the deployment of vector control tools against malaria: a data-informed modelling study, The Lancet Planetary Health, Vol:6, ISSN:2542-5196, Pages:e100-e109
et al., 2021, A generic method and software to estimate the transmission advantage of pathogen variants in real-time : SARS-CoV-2 as a case-study