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Christl Donnelly

Christl Donnelly

Fellow at St Peter's College

Christl Donnelly


Head of Department, Professor of Applied Statistics

Biographical Sketch


2018 – present

Professor of Applied Statistics, University of Oxford 

2002 – present  

Professor of Statistical Epidemiology, Imperial College London 

2000 – 2002

Reader in Epidemiological Statistics, Imperial College London 

1995 – 2000

Head of Statistics Unit (Reader in Statistical Epidemiology in 2000), Wellcome Trust Centre for the Epidemiology of Infectious Disease, University of Oxford  

1998 – 2000

Lecturer in Biology, St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford 

1992 – 1995     

Lecturer in Statistics, University of Edinburgh 

Research Interests


  • Infectious disease epidemiology and control
  • Real-time outbreak analysis and response
  • Disease transmission dynamics
  • Science-policy interface

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