I work as a part-time researcher within the Epidemiology Team in SRUC at Inverness and thus provide a research link between SRUC and Inverness College, UHI where I teach maths. I provide SRUC with expertise in modelling (programming in C and R), data analysis – especially network data, and the creation and maintenance of online databases.
I am a mathematics lecturer/researcher employed at Inverness College UHI and I currently work with SRUC on the following topics:
I graduated with a degree in maths from the University of Edinburgh in 2005 and continued on to complete my PhD on the estimation of the properties of composite materials via the strong-property-fluctuation-theory in 2009.
I then moved to Inverness and began working at both Inverness College UHI and SRUC. I teach a variety of courses at the College both face to face and online.
An online calculator
for determining sample sizes when planning a two stage survey for
estimating herd level prevalence and where the test is known to be
imperfect (using method described in Humphry et al. 2004).
Address: Future Farming Systems
Epidemiology Research Unit
Plot 10, An Lòchran