Dr. Anita Nandi

Postdoctoral Researcher Team: Global Malaria Epidemiology

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Anita is a postdoctoral research scientist using geospatial statistics to study malaria epidemiology. Her focus is on the disaggregation of administrative level malaria case data to pixel level estimates of disease risk. This methodology is of particular importance in areas of low malaria prevalence where typical parasite surveys are uninformative.

Anita did her PhD in particle physics at the University of Oxford, where she studied matter-antimatter asymmetry in B meson decays using data from the LHCb experiment at CERN in Switzerland. These studies involved analysing large amounts of data from collisions of protons, optimising selection methods to isolate specific decays, as well as developing complex models using simultaneous extended maximum likelihood PDFs in order to make accurate measurements of these decays.


Selected Biography

URLDOIBattle KE., Lucas TCD., Nguyen M., Howes RE., Nandi A., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer, DA., Cameron E., Rao PC., Casey D., Gibson HS., Rozier JA., Dalrymple U., Keddie SH., Collins EL., Harris JR., Guerra CA., Thorn MP., Bisanzio D., Fullman N., Huynh CK., Kulikoff X., Kutz MJ., Lopez AD., Mokdad AH., Naghavi N., Nguyen G., Shackelford KA., Vos T., Wang H., Lim SS., Murray CJL., Price RN., Baird JK., Smith DL., Bhatt S., Weiss DJ., Hay SI., Gething PW.,

Mapping the global endemicity and clinical burden of Plasmodium vivax, 2000–17: a spatial and temporal modelling study

The Lancet. June 2019
URLDOIWeiss DJ., Lucas TCD., Nguyen M., Nandi AK., Bisanzio D., Battle KE., Cameron E., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer, DA., Rozier JA., Gibson HS., Rao PC., Casey D., Bertozzi-Villa A., Collins EL., Dalrymple U., Gray N., Harris JR., Howes RE., Kang SY., Keddie SH., May D., Rumisha S., Thorn MP., Barber R., Fullman N., Huynh CK., Kulikoff X., Kutz MJ., Lopez AD., Mokdad AH., Naghavi N., Nguyen G., Shackelford KA., Vos T., Wang H., Smith DL., Lim SS., Murray CJL., Bhatt S., Hay SI., Gething PW.,

Mapping the global prevalence, incidence, and mortality of Plasmodium falciparum, 2000–17: a spatial and temporal modelling study

Lancet. June 2019