Dr Carolin Vegvari is an analyst specialising in computational medical sciences. She holds an MPhil and a PhD in Biological Anthropology from the University of Cambridge and has been involved in a broad range of projects, including the design of clinical trial simulators for novel treatments for influenza and Alzheimer’s disease, biomarker discovery in diabetes, forecasting of antimicrobial resistance trends and strategies to prevent the spread of antimicrobial resistance.
She has also worked on a WHO report on molecular diagnostics, formulated recommendation of pneumococcal serotypes, helminths in Ethiopia. By applying modelling simulations, Carolin advised the ministry of health in Nepal on disease risk changes due to climate change. Carolin is a Research Associate at Imperial College London.