University of Liverpool
Post-graduate teaching: infectious disease epidemiology for the MSc Clinical Science (Genomic Sciences) on the module Genomics in Infectious Disease; with assessment of MRes in Clinical Sciences modules Research Frontiers 1 and 2; and teach ethics in research for the MRes in Advanced Biological Sciences on the module Research Methods and Applications in Biological Sciences.
I supervise MRes and MPH projects.
I am Academic Advisor for MBChB students and I supervise Academic Clinical Fellows and Academic Foundation Year doctors.
Currently supervising five PhD students, two as primary supervisor:
2019-Present: Prospective observational study of SARS-CoV-2 seroprevalence, transmission and genomic analysis in a cohort of households in Liverpool City Region, UK (COVID-LIV)
2019-Present: Influenza vaccine attitudes, behaviours, and uptake in pregnant women in Liverpool, UK, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic: a mixed methods study
2021-Present: Understanding the impact of local funding cuts on environmental health and regulatory services and gastrointestinal infection outcomes, a longitudinal ecological study (HPRU-GI)
2021-Present: Investigating the impact of SARS-CoV-2 infection on gastrointestinal illness using advanced linked data systems (HPRU-GI)
2022-Present: Improving methods to determine vaccine impact in low and middle income countries (MRC-DiMeN)
I teach data science for NIHR CRN Research Scholars Programme.
University of Manchester 2021/22: two invited lectures on epidemiology on the MSc Medical Microbiology Course.