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Moritz Kraemer

Moritz Kraemer

Moritz Kraemer

Associate Professor of Computational and Genomic Epidemiology

 Moritz's research addresses questions related to the spatial spread of infectious diseases. Specifically he is concerned with the impact of human behaviour on pathogen dynamics and how novel insights can be best translated into effective and sustainable policies to reduce the burden from infectious pathogens. Our groups research melds techniques from statistics, epidemiology, software engineering, genomics, ecology, and network science.

Moritz finished his DPhil in 2017, was a NIH research fellow at Harvard Medical School, and is now a Branco Weiss Research Fellow in the Department of Biology and Reuben College at the University of Oxford and a Lead Researcher on the Oxford Martin Programme on Pandemic Genomics. He is also the co-founder of Global health (, an interdisciplinary programme to advance data science and software engineering capacity in health research and policy.

I lead a group of postdocs, software developers, research assistants and DPhil students and we are recruiting postdocs at regular intervals and can supervise DPhil students from programmes at the University of Oxford. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you are interested in joining the group or collaborating with us.

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