Recent & Upcoming Talks

Example Talk
Sat, Jun 1, 2030 1:00 pm
Easy peasy decision trees in R for the Excel user
Tue, Jul 9, 2019 12:00 am

Public engagement

I do lots of different outreach activities, mainly to do with STEM. I was a British Science Association Media Fellow at the Guardian newspaper and have written for various publications. I also do standup comedy- usually with a science theme and organised events as part of my LOL-lab projects.


Nathan Green’s S word and other articles.


I am the author of several health economics R packages, hosted on GitHub. I have established an initiative for developing and collecting related packages under the title Health Economics in R for Modelling and Evaluation Studies (HERMES).

CEdecisiontree package

Lightweight cost-effectiveness analysis using decision trees.

QALY package

An R package for quality-adjusted life-years (QALY) calculation and manipulation.

ceplot package

An R package for plotting cost-effectiveness analysis output data.


I am module lead for SPH018: Introduction to Bayesian Statistics, part of the MSc in Epidemiology and Public Health at Imperial College London.

I have tutored, supervised and lectured for the following courses at Imperial College London:

  • 4th year Medicine: Computational Medicine
  • BSc in Epidemiology
  • BSc Life Sciences
  • Principles and Methods of Epidemiology
  • Principles of Global Epidemiology