I studied Mathematics at the University of Bristol, graduating in 2008 with a BSc. I joined the Bristol Centre for Complexity Sciences doctoral training centre in 2008, completed my MRes (graduating in 2010) and started my PhD in January 2010 and graduated in January 2013.
In October 2012 I started a Post-doc with Steven Riley at the Department of Infectious Disease Dynamics, Imperial College, London in October 2012. I am working on spatial transmission models of influenza, within the FluScape project.
I am interested in understanding the spreading of disease using models, network models, the impact of behavioural change on disease spread, algorithms for the creation of networks, clustering on networks, RDS estimates, sampling processes.
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