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Sarah Hayes

Postdoctoral Researcher

I am a postdoctoral researcher in the Epidemiology of Emerging and Zoonotic Infections funded by a National Institute for Health and Care Research grant as part of the Health Protection Research Unit (HPRU) in Emerging and Zoonotic Infections and supervised by Professor Christl Donnelly. 

I hold a PhD in infectious disease epidemiology and a Masters in Epidemiology, both from Imperial College London. I also hold a Bachelor in Veterinary Medicine from the Royal Veterinary College. 

My research interests are in applying statistical and epidemiological methods to further our understanding of infectious disease transmission, with a particular focus on zoonotic infections and One Health. The ultimate goal of my research is to drive improvements in the health of both humans and animals