I am a Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Oxford in the Department of Computer Science working on scalable and flexible methods for spatiotemporal statistics and Bayesian machine learning with applications in epidemiology. I work with Seth Flaxman, as well as the wider Machine Learning & Global Health Network. Currently, my focus is on using deep generative modelling to power MCMC inference in classical spatial statistics, as well as adaptive survey design.
Previously, I was at Imperial College London, Department of Mathematics, Statistics section (2021-2022) and did a postdoc in Bayesian Machine Learning at AstraZeneca R&D (2019-2021) where I also collaborated with Prioris.ai. My research at AstraZeneca was dedicated to toxicity prediction and concentration-response curve fitting of large molecules.
In 2019 I completed a PhD in Epidemiology at the Swiss TPH, where I worked on modelling of point patterns using Log-Gaussian Cox Process and detection of hotspots on gridded surfaces.
I am also passionate about community building, diversity and inclusion. I have initiated and participated in a number of outreach activities, creating equitable access and opportunities in education, research and technology.
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PhD (summa cum laude) in Epidemiology, 2019
Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute (TPH), University of Basel, Switzerland
Diploma (first class honours) in Mathematics, 2008
Moscow State University, Russia