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I am a European specialist in veterinary public health and population medicine, with an MSc in Public Health Research and a PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology and Parasitology. I am currently a Chancellor’s fellow at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and the Roslin Institute of the University of Edinburgh.

Research Interests

My research focuses on understanding drivers and improving control of zoonotic diseases. My research experience includes design, execution and analysis of complex epidemiological studies in tropical settings especially in Sub-Saharan Africa and India as well as the UK. 

Current Research Interests

My Chancellor's fellowship focuses on using a mixed-methods approach to address key challenges towards elimination of canine-mediated human rabies deaths.


  • Undergraduating teaching in Epidemiology, Statistics and Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine
  • Postgraduate teaching in Epidemiology, Statistics and R



Research students

Current PG students supervised


  • Andy Gibson - Rabies control in India
  • Catherine Swedberg - IBCM implementation 


  • Anaid Candido Lopez - (MSc IDOH)
  • Charlotte Rendina (MSc One Health - UoE)
  • Roma Virhia (MSc Tropical Medicine & International Health - LSHTM)

Past PG students supervised

MSc Students:

  • Maria de la Puente Arevalo (MSc One Health)
  • Eithne Leahy (MSc One Health)
  • Julie Corfmat (MSc International Animal Welfare, Ethics & Law student)
  • Carlos Sanchez-Soriano (MSc Animal Bioscience)
  • Jordana Burdon Bailey (MSc International Animal Welfare, Ethics & Law student)

Education/Academic qualification

Veterinary Epidemiology and Parasitology, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Improved use of abattoir information to aid the management of fasciolosis in cattle and sheep, The University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 8 Jul 2017

Public Health Research, Master of Science, The University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 1 Nov 2011

Veterinary Medicine, Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

Award Date: 3 Jul 2010


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