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Read more at: Dr Daniel Egan

Dr Daniel Egan

I am a South African-trained clinician-scientist with an interest in infectious diseases, immunology, and vaccines. I am currently a PhD student in Professor Jonathan Heeney's group, where I am examining immune correlates of protection to COVID-19 and potential strategies for broadening protection of future vaccines.

Read more at: Dr. Aalia Karamat

Dr. Aalia Karamat

I am Aalia. I was a dentist who developed an interest in research and public health. I have a master's in dental public health from Queen Mary University of London and a PhD from the University of Glasgow, where the Oral health promotion program was evaluated for community linking to reduce oral health inequalities. I have now joined the University of Cambridge as a research associate in population health and data science. I am working on both ARC and SPHR projects.

Read more at: Dr. Anmol Arora

Dr. Anmol Arora

Anmol Arora is an Academic Foundation Doctor at Cambridge University with an intercalated degree in Management Studies from the Cambridge Judge Business School. His research focusses on the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in healthcare. He holds honorary research affiliations with NHS England and Improvement and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

Read more at: Giacomo Bignardi

Giacomo Bignardi

Giacomo is a research associate in the Department of Psychology.

Giacomo’s research centres on social inequalities in educational and mental health outcomes in childhood and adolescence. He has a particular interest in psychometrics and data science. Before his post-doctoral appointment, Giacomo completed his PhD at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge.

Read more at: Peter Charlton

Peter Charlton

Peter Charlton is a British Heart Foundation Research Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care, at the University of Cambridge. He develops biomedical signal processing techniques to analyse data from digital wearable devices for clinical decision making.