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Prof Andy Morse Ph.D. (Physics)

Professor of Climate Impacts Geography and Planning


Personal Statement

I have an interest in applying current weather and climate forecast information for humanitarian well being through the use of application models and methodologies. This is achieved through research and teaching.

I am also attached to the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections, University of Liverpool.

Personal Distinctions

  • Utilising Climate Models in Health (Invitation to Speak, Canadian Government 2010)
  • Integrating Health Models (Invitation to Speak, EC 2010)
  • Impacts in ENSEMBLES (Invitation to Speak, ENSEMBLES Management Board 2010)
  • Modelling disease driven by climate models (Invitation to Speak, CCIC 2010)
  • NERC Water Cycle workshop (Invitation to Speak, NERC/British Council 2010)
  • Climate and Health (Keynote Speech, AIMES 2010)
  • 'Humanitarian Futures – climate variablity, climate change, crises (Invitation to Speak, Humanitarian Futures Programme 2009)
  • 'Climate Change and Malaria Eradication' (Invitation to Speak, Imperial College 2009)
  • Seasonal Forecasting and Malaria (Invitation to Speak, Centro de Investigación, Científica de Yucatán, Mérida, Yucatán, México 2008)
  • Epidemic malaria prediction for Africa with integrated ensemble prediction systems - what challenges (Invitation to Speak, Emerging Pathogens Institute, University of Florida 2008)
  • Climate and Malaria (Keynote Speech, RGS/IBG Climate Change Research Group 2008)
  • Integrating health impacts models into seasonal lead time climate forecasts- an example of malaria m (Invitation to Speak, SWECIA, MISTRA 2008)
  • Health and Climate Change (Invitation to Speak, MEDSIN 2008)
  • Ensemble prediction systems for seasonal forecasts and user applications (Invitation to Speak, University of Pretoria 2007)
  • Connecting climate information to epidemic early warning (Invitation to Speak, Group on Earth Observations (GEO) 2007)
  • Mosquito scale microclimates to global models in a few short steps (Keynote Speech, AMMA International Scientific Steering Committee 2007)
  • Integrating climate change impact studies in an ensemble prediction system (Invitation to Speak, EC 2007)
  • Towards integrating applications within end-to-end seamless ensemble prediction systems – A case for (Keynote Speech, WMO 2007)
  • Norbert Gerbier-MUMM International award (World Meteorological Organisation 2006)
  • 'DEMETER, ENSEMBLES and AMMA - Applications for Malaria Prediction (Invitation to Speak, Session Organisers 2006)
  • 'Minding the gap between forecast producers and application users in Africa - some thoughts on its c (Invitation to Speak, Session organisors 2005)
  • Introductory speaker (Invitation to Speak, Wengen Climate and Health Workshop Organisers 2005)
  • Key speaker (Invitation to Speak, ENSEMBLES project organisers 2005)
  • Infectious disease and monsoon environments: Working towards forecasting epidemics in Africa (Keynote Speech, PROMISE coordinators 2003)
  • Seasonal Forecasting of Rainfall Onset and Cessation for Tropical Health Application End (Prize, Organisers 2002)

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