I am an MRC Population Health Scientist Fellow working in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology. My current research is based on HIV and STIs in the developed world. Particular research interests include investigating the disproportionate burden of STIs and HIV among black and ethnic minority groups in the UK and developing mathematical models in order to assess potential targets for intervention strategies. In addition, I am interested in using mathematical models to estimate the incidence of particular viral infections in the US from nationally representative seroprevalence data.
et al., 2014, Adherence to antiretroviral therapy in adolescents living with HIV: systematic review and meta-analysis, Aids, Vol:28, ISSN:0269-9370, Pages:1945-1956
et al., 2014, Low levels of HIV test coverage in clinical settings in the UK: a systematic review of adherence to 2008 guidelines, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Vol:90, ISSN:1368-4973, Pages:119-124
et al., 2011, Sexual risk behaviours and sexual health outcomes among heterosexual black Caribbeans: comparing sexually transmitted infection clinic attendees and national probability survey respondents, International Journal of Std & Aids, Vol:22, ISSN:0956-4624, Pages:85-90
et al., 2010, High rate of loss to clinical follow up among African HIV-infected patients attending a London clinic: a retrospective analysis of a clinical cohort, Journal of the International Aids Society, Vol:13
et al., 2011, Incidence Rate of Herpes Simplex Virus type 2 (HSV-2) in the US, 1988-2008, International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research