Thesis title: Antimicrobial use and resistance: modelling the animal-human interface
Global Academy of Agriculture and Food Systems, Alexander Robertson Building, Easter Bush Campus, Roslin
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I have a broad range of academic and non-academic interests and enjoy the interdisciplinary nature of One Health research. As an undergraduate at Cambridge University I studied veterinary medicine, intercalating in zoology with an emphasis on population dynamics and evolution. After finishing vet school, I spent three years working in clinical practice before returning to university in 2020 to study a human-oriented MRes in epidemiology at Newcastle University. During my MRes I focused on infectious diseases and global health and carried out analyses modelling the impacts of COVID-19 control measures on other communicable diseases. I am now studying an EASTBIO PhD studentship at Edinburgh approaching antimicrobial resistance epidemiology from a One Health perspective, supervised by Dominic Moran, Andy Peters and Adrian Muwonge.