Charlotte Woolley (BSc (hons), MSc, AFHEA)
Post-doctoral Researcher in Quantitative Epidemiology
I am a veterinary epidemiologist and data scientist with a BSc in Equine Science, an MSc in Animal Biosciences and a PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology and Data Science. I am currently a post-doctoral researcher at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and the Roslin Institute of the University of Edinburgh. I am also an Associated Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) and I am the course organiser for the Research Methods and Data Analysis course on the online MSc Equine Science. I work remotely and I am physically based in Macclesfield, Cheshire.
BSc in Equine Science, Harper Adams University (First class hons)
MSc in Animal Biosciences, University of Edinburgh (Distinction)
PhD in Veterinary Epidemiology and Data Science, University of Edinburgh
Responsibilities & affiliations
Associated Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
Fellow of the Royal Statisitical Society (RSS)
- Course organiser for the Research Methods and Data Analysis course within the online MSc Equine Science
My research interests include veterinary and human epidemiology, data science, microbiome and genetic research. My research has involved data from the Dogslife project (https://www.dogslife.ac.uk/), which is a cohort study of Labrador Retrievers based in the UK and Google Trends (https://trends.google.com/trends/). These studies involved using data science techniques to develop methodologies for data cleaning and processing, canine health surveillance, risk analyses and the characterisation of the canine microbiome using 16S rRNA data.