I am a Data Science Lecturer at the Data Science Campus, Office for National Statistics and an Affiliate Researcher at the University of Glasgow. I am a disease ecologist and marine biologist by training with a keen interest in programming, data science, and the use of novel data sources in research.
PhD in Biology, 2019
University of Glasgow
MSc in Marine Biology, 2014
BSc in Marine Biology, 1st Class, 2011
University of St. Andrews
In this post I’ll describe how I created my “Where I work” map using leaflet and how to include it in the hugo academic theme as an iframe.
Coming soon. In this post I’ll describe how I created my “Where I work” map using leaflet and how to include it in the hugo academic theme as an iframe.
Afrimapr is a project funded through the Wellcome Open Research Fund that is creating R building blocks and learning resources to make it easier to make data-driven maps in Africa.
True to my Maine roots, my scientific career started with fish looking at catch intention in the Chilean industrial longline fishery and the reproductive ecology of the female pink cusk-eel, Congrio Dorado!
Rabies is a deadly viral infection that kills over 50,000 people each year. Mass vaccination can greatly reduce the burden of vaccine-preventable diseases such as rabies, however, there is relatively little scientific guidance as to how long control programmes must operate and how they should be best implemented to achieve elimination.