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Professor Christl Donnelly is a statistician and infectious disease epidemiologist analysing data to understand COVID-19 transmission and control here at the Department of Statistics.
What is your main area(s) of interest/expertise?
Applied statistics, infectious disease epidemiology, real-time analysis of outbreaks, biostatistics.
What are you working on right now?
Nearly all of my current work is COVID-19 related. I'm working on papers on transmission and control in Italy, the USA, and Brazil as well as on the estimation of key biological parameters. In parallel with PhD students, I’m dipping in and out of work on diseases as diverse as hepatitis A, Zika, rabies, Madariaga virus, Lassa fever and Ebola analysing data from the Americas, Africa, and Asia.
Why is Oxford a good place to work in this field of research?
There are excellent colleagues in so many different areas: statistics, mathematics, clinical medicine, epidemiology, public health, zoology – the list goes on and on. My work is almost always collaborative and inter-disciplinary so amazing colleagues are just what I need.
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