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Professor Simon Spencer

Simon Spencer is a Professor in Statistics. He is part of the Zeeman Institute for Systems Biology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research (SBIDER) and the Warwick Analytical Sciences Centre (WASC). Previously, Simon has worked at the University of Nottingham and at Massey University in New Zealand.

Research Interests:
Bayesian inference applied to epidemiology
Model comparison and model assessment
Stochastic epidemic models
Statistics for analytical science
Outbreak detection and source attribution methods

CH923: Statistics for data analysis
MA4M1 / MA6M1: Epidemiology by example

List of publications

Software / R packages

Current research group:
Dr Laura Guzmán Rincón (Warwick-Wellcome Translational Fellow)
Dr Raiha Browning (PDRA)
Dr Evandro Konzen (PDRA)
Ellie Brown (HPRU PhD student)
Hannah Craddock (PhD student)
Hannah Bensoussane (PhD student)
Matthew Adeoye (PhD student)
Dhara Patel (MMathStat)
Josh Steele (MMathStat)

List of past research group members

Contact details:

Room MSB 5.05
Mathematical Sciences Building
Dept of Statistics
University of Warwick

Tel: 02476 150781
Email: s.e.f.spencer at warwick dot ac dot uk

Office hours:
Wednesday 9:30 - 10:30
Friday 10:30 - 11:30