I am an infectious disease modeller based in the Department of Social and Community Medicine, University of Bristol and the Social and Mathematical Epidemiology Group, Department of Global Health and Development, LSHTM. I am currently working with Professor Matthew Hickman and Dr. Peter Vickerman on mathematical models of hepatitis C and HIV prevention among people who inject drugs. Specifically, the majority of my work centres on modeling the impact, cost-effectiveness, and optimal program delivery of HCV treatment as prevention. Additionally, I have worked on economic evaluations and modelling analyses for the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the World Health Organization.
I completed my DPhil in 2009 at the Centre for Mathematical Biology at Oxford University under the supervision of Professor Philip Maini and Dr. Eamonn Gaffney. My thesis focused on mathematical models of tumour acidity and invasion.
Previously, during my undergraduate at Stanford University, I researched phenotypic plasticity of barnacle leg lengths with Professor Mark Denny and mathematical models of chronic myelogenous leukemia with Dr. Helen Moore.
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