New face: Ruiyun Li
I am a researcher at CEES where I collaborate with Prof. Nils Chr. Stenseth and the team. My research interests cover health geographic, mathematical epidemiology and public health. Throughout my early career, I have engaged extensively with methodological innovation for multiple diseases, leveraging multidisciplinary approaches to investigate diffusions of avian influenza, dengue fever, malaria and coronavirus, across various spatio-temporal scales.
My PhD was completed at Beijing Normal University, pursuing interdisciplinary work studying biogeography and the environmental determinants of infectious disease transmission. During my PhD I spent a year in Columbia University, where my research focused upon developing the Bayesian model-inference framework to better the inference of nonlinear dynamics of avian influenza. Following my PhD I trained in mathematical epidemiology at CEES, and then worked as a research associate in Imperial College London.