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Research Interests

Biomedical data science, computational systems biology, antimicrobial resistance, disease transmission.


2009, PhD, Applied Mathematics/Scientific Computing, FU Berlin.

2003, BSc, Computational Biology, FU Berlin.


I did my PhD at the FU Berlin on numerical methods for global sensitivity analysis of ordinary differential equations, and spending considerable time as an academic visitor at the Hamilton Institute, NUI Maynooth in Ireland. My postdoctoral time has been split between the University of Edinburgh (Schools of Biological Sciences and Informatics) and Imperial College London (Department of Infectious Disease and Centre for Mathematics of Precision Medicine), and currently, I am a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Informatics. I use statistical learning and systems modelling to understand factors that promote the spread of antibiotic resistance, both at the cellular and healthcare-level, as well as other transmittable diseases. 

External positions

Honorary Lecturer, Computational and Systems Medicine, Imperial College London

1 Dec 2020 → …


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