I joined the School in December 2020. I am an infectious disease epidemiologist and modeller currently working with the Vaccine Impact Modelling Consortium on measles vaccination in low- and middle-income settings. Prior to this, I focused on the epidemiology and control strategies of tuberculosis (TB), both in Taiwan and at the global level, at Imperial College London. I also participated research on coronavirus disease 2019, in particular estimating the excess TB burden relating to health service disruption during a lockdown.
I co-organise Modelling and Economic Evaluation of Vaccines (MEEV) meetings and Early Career Researcher (ECR) group of the Centre for Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases (CMMID).
I teach on the MSc modules of Basic Epidemiology and Introduction to Infectious Disease Modelling and its Applications. I also supervise master summer projects of MSc Health Policy, Planning & Financing and MSc Public Health.