Mathematical modeller for public health and infectious diseases control.
Mathematics, Statistics and Natural sciences undergraduate degree, was followed by a Master of Philosophy at UNSW in the School of Public Health and community medicine.
In 2018 she started a PhD at the Kirby Institute, on optimising public health response for outbreak and pandemic control. The thesis has been submitted in 2021.
She is specialised in epidemic forecasting and estimation of outbreak response effectiveness for emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases.
Her interests are in the use of mathematical tools to improve data analyses to inform policy and promote better health for everyone.
During her studies she published over 20 articles in peer review journals and presented results of her research to 4 international conferences.
She works now as a research officer at the Kirby Institute in the Biosecurity program at UNSW.