Researcher biography

I am a geographer who turned epidemiologist and moved to data science. I enjoy cross-disciplinary work in teams tackling problems with spatial components. I am a strong advocate of teaching and implementing reproducible methods in science.

Among other projects, I developed neighbourhood index of socioeconomic position, contributed to work on tracking activity of eosinophilic esophagitis and worked on the epidemiology of violent deaths.

Currently I am involved in the project estimating temporary populations in Australia that aims to bring together traditional types of population data like censuses and surveys with non-traditional sources.