Researchers

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Dr Antonia Godoy-Lorite

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Antonia's research on influencing health beliefs on unobserved social networks

Dr Sam Greenbury

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Sam's research on transition paths and patient journeys

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Dr Asher Mullokandov

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Asher's research on clustering symptoms in disease progression

Postdocs

Dr Yuanwei Xu

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Yuanwei's research on integrating genomics, individual data and contact networks to control infection

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Dr Jonathan Clarke

Clinical Research Fellow

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Research
Find out more about Jonathan's research on The Power of Connections 

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Dr Paul Expert

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Paul's research on imaging and ‘omics data to characterise disease

Postdocs

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Dr Alexis Arnaudon

Postdoc

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Research
Find out more about Alexis' research on Social network analysis for health policy

Dr Kris Parag

MRC Research Fellow

Research
My research focuses on translating fundamental information and control theoretic principles into new biological insights. I have previously applied optimal filters, Poisson information theory, queuing theory and experimental design to better understand phylodynamical processes (coalescent and birth-death models), invertebrate vision and the fundamental precision limits of simple biochemical networks. My current work aims to use event-triggered control and minimum description length to derive minimally complex models for describing the effective epidemiology of Ebola and influenza outbreaks.

Jonathan R. Goodman

Policy Fellow

Research
Jonathan is a Fellow of the Centre for Health Policy at the Institute of Global Health Innovation, where he specialises in digital health policy. His primary interests are ethics in digital health and the evolution of disease. His work has appeared in The GuardianThe Week, and Aeon, among other publications.

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Dr Andrew McArdle

Dr Andrew McArdle

Clinical Research Fellow 

Research
Andrew is following the Imperial 4i/NIHR BRC Clinician Training Scheme. He is working on “Identifying an infectious aetiology of Kawasaki Disease through
integrative metagenomics of throat swabs and immune complexes” under the superviosn of Dr Myrsini Kaforou (Department of Medicine), Professor Mauricio Barahona (Department of Mathametics), Professor Mike Levin (Department of Medicine)

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