Division of Epidemiology
Head of Division
Professor Mark Bronsvoort
Personal Chair of Veterinary Epidemiology
Group Leaders/Career Track Fellows
|Name (sorted in ascending order)||Role||Research Interests|
|Dr Helen Brown||Core Scientist (Statisician)||
To date my main research interest has been in mixed (or multilevel) models. These involve identifying and accounting for sources of variation and correlation structures in the data and offer potential advantages over conventional modelling methods including: improved efficiency, more appropriate variances and correlations, wider inference and offer the potential to overcome problems caused by missing data.
At The Roslin Institute my research will involve providing the statistical contribution to collaborative scientific research using a range of methods and developing novel statistical approaches to particular problems arising where appropriate. I expect to develop my research in mixed models further in addressing applications arising within the Institute.
|Dr Deborah Hoyle||Career Track Fellow/Research Fellow||
Molecular epidemiology of zoonotic and emerging pathogens, surveillance and disease control.
|Professor Rowland Kao||Chair of Veterinary Epidemiology and Data Science|
|Dr Samantha Lycett||Senior Lecturer / Group Leader - Pathogen Phylodynamics||
Pathogen Phylodynamics - evolution and epidemiology of viruses and bacteria using bayesian and machine learning methods.
|Dr Adrian Muwonge||BBSRC Future Leader Fellow|