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Department of Veterinary Medicine

Cambridge Veterinary School
 
PhD Student in Epidemiology & Public Health
Supervisors: Dr Olivier Restif & Prof James Wood

Biography

Before starting my PhD at the University of Cambridge, I completed my Undergraduate Masters in Mathematics at the University of Oxford (2014-2018), and then worked as a Research Assistant at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (2019). At LSHTM, I worked in vaccine epidemiology with Prof. Mark Jit and Prof. Kaja Abbas, evaluating the impact and cost of one-dose vs two-dose HPV vaccination campaigns.

 

Research

My current research, funded by the Wellcome Trust, explores the role of infectious disease modelling in international outbreak response. We are interested in how mathematical modelling is used by governments, health organisations and other decision-makers during a health crisis, and whether the process can be improved.

Please get in touch if you are interested in this project or any of the other papers I am working on.

Publications

Key publications: 

Hadley, L. et al. (2021a). Challenges on the interaction of models and policy for pandemic control. Epidemics (Virtual Special Issue).
Status: Undergoing review. 

Hadley, L. et al. (2021b). Modelling the impact of Covid-19 on Meningococcal carriage and disease in the UK.
Status: Preparing for publication. 

Marion, G. et al. (2021). Modelling: understanding pandemics and how to control them. 
Status: Preparing for publication. 

Prem, K. et al. (2021). Global impact and cost-effectiveness of one-dose versus two-dose human papillomavirus vaccination schedules: a comparative modelling analysis.
Status: Undergoing review (medRxiv link).

Teaching and Supervisions

Research supervision: 

Supervised by Dr. Olivier Restif & Prof. James Wood.

 Liza  Hadley

Affiliations

Classifications: 
Specialities: 
Person keywords: 
Epidemiology
Infectious disease dynamics
Mathematical modelling
Public health