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Dr Ting Shi is a Chancellor's Fellow at The University of Edinburgh. She obtains the PhD and MPH degrees in Public Health Sciences from the University of Edinburgh. She is an epidemiologist with a particular interest in global respiratory epidemiology. Within and beyond Chancellor’s Fellowship, she will continue developing her career in the field of respiratory epidemiology and related health services research and modelling. She will develop and apply innovative research methods to large-scale multi-centre datasets to improve the safe provision, efficiency of healthcare and health service planning for people with respiratory infections. Her work has been published in The Lancet, Nature Medicine, Lancet Respiratory Medicine, Lancet Global Health, Chest, Journal of Infectious Diseases and other peer-reviewed journals. 

Her research vision is to become an Epidemiologist with globally influential research portfolio, using innovative techniques to undertake interdisciplinary research programme in respiratory medicine.

Research Interests

Epidemiology, Respiratory Disease, Global Health, Respiratory Syncytial Virus, Pneumonia, COVID-19, Vaccine Effectiveness, Vaccine Safety, Systematic Review, Meta Analysis, Individual Participant Data Meta Analysis, Child Health

Education/Academic qualification

Epidemiology, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 7 Jul 2017

Public Health Sciences, Master of Public Health, University of Edinburgh

Award Date: 29 Nov 2013

External positions

Postdoc Researcher, Leiden University Medical Center

1 Jan 201731 Jul 2017


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