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Hi there 👋

I'm an infectious disease researcher interested in real-time analysis

  • 🏢 I'm currently working at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
  • 📜 I did my PhD at the University of Bristol (2019)
  • ⚙️ I use daily: R, stan
  • 🏗️ I like to perform analysis using novel models on interesting data and generalise those approaches into software 📦s
  • 🌍 I'm mostly active within the R Community
  • 🌱 Learning all about Python and Visual studio code
  • 💬 Ping me about statistical modelling of infectious diseases, real-time analysis of infectious diseases, and estimating the effective reproduction number
  • 📫 Reach me:


  1. PhD thesis submitted to the University of Bristol. Title: Modelling BCG vaccination in the UK: What is the impact of changing policy?

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  2. Estimate Realtime Case Counts and Time-varying Epidemiological Parameters

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  3. Population-level infectious disease modelling as an extension of brms.

    R 2 1

  4. An interface to subnational and national level COVID-19 data. For all countries supported, this includes a daily time-series of cases. Wherever available we also provide data on deaths, hospitalisa…

    R 28 13

  5. National and subnational estimates of the time-varying reproduction number for Covid-19

    R 26 8

  6. Forked from jbracher/branching_process_delta

    A simple branching process model for delta and non-delta variant cases of COVID-19 in Germany

    R 1

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