I am currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Centre for Disease Control. I am investigating modelling the impact of testing on the HIV epidemic in the MSM community using a variety of Bayesian approaches.
Previously I was a research fellow at the University of Warwick modelling the elimination of lympahtic filariasis as part of the neglected tropical disease modelling consortium.
I completed a PhD in the modelling of pattern formation in ecology as part of the University of Warwick Centre for Complexity Science.
I am passionate about using a wide-variety of analytic and statistical tools to get the most insight from data available; from data-mining to inference and model-based prediction.
I am always interested in new opportunities for collaboration. My contact details are below.