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An Interdisciplinary Research Centre at the University of Cambridge

My research is on epidemic transmission models for nowcasting and forecasting national infectious disease outbreaks. Primarily my current work is on extending SARS-CoV-2 real-time transmission models used between 2020-2023 to prepare for how best to use epidemic models in future outbreaks.

Currently my research focuses on real-time transmission modelling of epidemics. One half of my research looks at the use of contact data in informing SARS-CoV-2 transmission models in early 2020. This is as part of a broader interest in both model structures as well as how behavioural data informs epidemic models. The other half of my research focuses on statistical methods for parameter estimation for transmission models with the aim to accelerate the algorithms currently in use.

PhD student, MRC Biostatistics Unit
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