The Team: Data-Driven Insight and Prediction
Meet the Team: Workpackage Five
Director - Bruce Guthrie
Bruce Guthrie is Professor of General Practice at the Usher Institute, in the Edinburgh Medical School.
Bruce is a mixed methods health services researcher with an interest in the quality and safety of health and social care, particularly in relation to multimorbidity and polypharmacy. As well as research, he works clinically as a GP and works closely with the NHS and government to improve healthcare quality and safety.
Workpackage Lead - Alan Marshall
Alan Marshall is Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Methods and Director of the Research Training Centre within the School of Social and Political Science. His research draws on longitudinal data from social surveys and administrative data, in the UK and overseas, to better understand the social and biological determinants of inequalities observed in health and wellbeing in later life.
Workpackage Lead - Sohan Seth
Sohan Seth is a Senior Data Scientist at University of Edinburgh’s School of Informatics with a background in Machine Learning and Data Science. His research focuses primarily on building interpretable models for extracting information from scientific data.
Research Associate - Chima Eke
Chima Eke is a Research Associate in Machine Learning for Health and Care within the ACRC. Before joining Edinburgh's School of Informatics, he was a Marie Curie Researcher in Machine Learning with particular focus in Biomedical and Health Informatics at the School of Engineering, Computing and Mathemetics, University of Plymouth from 2017. Prior to that, he was a lecturer in digital electronics at the University of Nigeria.
Research Associate - Aja Murray
Aja Murray is a Lecturer in Psychology in the School of Philosophy, Psychology, and Language Science. She specialises in lifespan development and associated quantitative (psychometric and longitudinal) methodologies. She has a particular focus on illuminating determinants of developmental trajectories of cognitive function and mental health, both in child and adolescent development and in ageing.