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Dr Loveleen Bansi- Matharu
Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead
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  • Principal Research Fellow
  • Institute for Global Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
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Research Summary

I am a mathematical modeller/ medical statistician working primarily in HIV research. My current research focuses on using an individual-based stochastic model of HIV transmission, progression and the effect of antiretroviral therapy to investigate various interventions to improve the outcomes of HIV-positive people in sub-Saharan Africa.

I am also involved in leading projects from large multi-national cohort studies, including START and RESPOND.


Teaching Summary

I teach on both BSc and MSc courses taught within IGH, and on the MBBS degree at UCL. I supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations and am a secondary supervisor on one PhD project.

  Senior Research Fellow    , United Kingdom
Academic Background
  MSc Master of Science – Medical statistics London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
2011 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Statistics not elsewhere classified University of London
  BSc Hons Bachelor of Science – Mathematics Queen Mary and Westfield College
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