• 10 Inverness Campus, SRUC,

    IV2 5NA INVERNESS

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

20122021

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Research interests

I am a Statistician with interest in the application of statistical methods and machine learning techniques in epidemiology, health and environmental sciences. I am particularly interested in the modelling of disease risks and change in disease risks over space and time. Current research areas include spatial epidemiology, species distribution models, time series models and the analyses of disease surveillance data. I am also interested in the design of surveys and experiments and analysis of data emanating from such designs.

Work on several large datasets emanating from different sectors of the Scottish livestock systems.

Conduct research that inform the Scottish Government’s BVD control scheme

 Leading the technical team of the international consortium working on a European Space Agency (ESA) funded LymeApp project

 Currently managing a European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) funded project working with five countries in Europe to develop an Outcome-based Tool for Comparison of disease freedom 

Supervision

 PhD student, 2017-2021: University of Edinburgh: Predicting Lyme Disease risk: Improving the knowledge of Ixodes ricinus and Borrelia burgdorferi dynamics in Scotland through structured data collection and citizen science : 

Projects

  • Current:
    • 29/07/2019– 30/9/2021: LymeMAP (project ID: 4000126612/19/UK/ND); European Space Agency funded Demonstration project aimed at developing a spatially up-to-date health management system for Lyme disease, £1.1m (Technical lead and manage SRUC team)
    • 1/12/2016-1/12/2021: STOC FREE (project ID: GA/EFSA/AFSCO/2016/01 LOT 3). EFSA funded aimed at developing a generic framework for standardised and harmonised comparison outputs of different control programmes. £50,740
    • 1/9/2017-31/8/2021: REF funded PhD project:Predicting Lyme Disease risk: Improving the knowledge of Ixodes ricinus and Borrelia burgdorferi dynamics in Scotland through structured data collection and citizen science. £79,969 
    • 2012- 2021: Statistical Consulting and training. NHS Highland Research and Development. £6k
    • 2016-2021: RESAS: Livestock production, health, welfare and disease control.
    • 2016-2021: Scottish Government’s Centre of Expertise on Animal Disease Outbreaks (EPIC)
    • 2020-2021: UHI/NHSH CSO funded Covid-19 project: Psychological measures in NHS Highland staff during the Covid pandemic. £5k
  • Previous
    • 18/05/2015 – 30/09/2017: LymeMAP (project ID: 4000113447/15/NL/US); European Space Agency funded feasibility project aimed at developing a spatially up-to-date health management system for Lyme disease, £230k (Technical lead and manage SRUC team)
    • 01/12/2017 – 31/03/2019: Developing digital KE resources for Lyme disease prevention in Scotland UIF, £29k (PI and managed SRUC team)
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Consultancy

Offer statistical consultancy to NHS Highland staff and postgraduate students

Teaching

Teach statistics to staff and postgraduate students of NHS Highland

Other work

MSc postgraduate external examiner 2020

Member ERU management Team 2018- Date

Associate of Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland 2012 - Date

 

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, University of Glasgow

5 Nov 200526 Feb 2009

Award Date: 26 Feb 2009

Master, University of Ibadan

4 Dec 19957 Jul 1997

Award Date: 7 Jul 1997

Bachelor, University of Ibadan

7 Oct 199227 Jun 1995

Award Date: 27 Jun 1995

External positions

University of Glasgow

5 Jun 2020 → …

University of Edinburgh

1 Jun 2017 → …

Biomathematics & Statistics Scotland

1 Jun 2012 → …

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