Postdoctoral researcher in infectious disease epidemiology at Imperial College London.

I am currently working on mathematically modelling gonorrhoea transmission in the UK, with a focus on antimicrobial resistance, in collaboration with Prof Xavier Didelot and Prof Peter White. Our work estimating the fitness cost and benefit of cefixime resistance was published in PLoS Medicine, and has been featured in Time online.

My previous research has included an  epidemiological analysis of the Eyam plague, which was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Inside Science; and a study on the global variation in the impact of male circumcision in preventing HIV in men who have sex with men.