I'm privileged to have, or have had, some kind of supervisory role in the following scientists' careers. In mathematics, people work more independently than the lab-based sciences, but the slightly inappropriate term 'Group' seems to have stuck.
If you'd like to work with me at any career stage, please get in touch to discuss scientific and funding possibilities.
- Rajenki Das, working on mood-pain endotype discovery in mHealth data with Microsoft Research. Co-supervised by Mark Lunt.
- Luke Webb, working on models of emergency response capacity. Main supervisor Ian Hall; co-supervised by Paul Dark.
- Miguel Silva, working on health information diffusion in social networks, main supervisor Caroline Jay
- Bindu Vekaria, working on flexible clinical predictive models in collaboration with Spectra Analytics. Main supervisor Glen Martin; co-supervised by Pauline Turnbull.
- Jack McKenzie, working on recommender systems, PhD funded by Autotrader, co-supervised by Neil Walton
- Yaqing (Sera) Ou working on sequence similarity networks, main supervisor James McInerney.
- Filippo Pagani working on MCMC, main supervisor Simon Cotter.
- Alex Bishop, working on macroparasitic infections, main supervisor Deirdre Hollingsworth.
- Ed Hill working on influenza, co-supervised by Mike Tildesley. Destination: post-doc at the University of Warwick.
- Rob Eyre, working on health networks in a resource-poor setting, main supervisor Frances Griffiths. Destination: working for Spectra Analytics.
- Lorenzo Pellis, postdoc on various aspects of mathematical epidemiology. Destination: Wellcome Trust personal fellowship, and Senior Lectureship at the University of Manchester.
- Matt Graham, PhD on network epidemiology. Destination: post-doc at Johns Hopkins.
- Dan Sprague, PhD on modelling health behaviours, co-supervised by Gareth Roberts. Destination: founding Spectra Analytics.
- Ashley Ford, post-doc on geometric and gradient-based MCMC for shedding data and epidemics. Destination: post-doc at University of Bristol.
- Sam Bilson, post-doc on geometric MCMC for shedding data. Destination: Visiting Lecturer at St Mary's, then tech industry.
- Sam Mason, MRes on MCMC for 1918 Influenza, co-supervised by Matt Keeling. Destination: PhD at Warwick Systems Biology.