Since the start of my PhD in Statistics at Imperial College London in 2013, I have been working primarily on spatial and spatio-temporal models. I am particularly interested in the use of such models for issues related to the environment and humanity.

In 2017, I joined the Malaria Atlas Project in Oxford to help to build the modelling infrastructure needed to produce global malaria and malaria-related maps. Currently, I am a research fellow at the Disaster Analytics for Society lab based in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The focus of my work is to develop statistical and machine learning tools to improve estimates of disaster risk and impact.