I'm the Group Head for Global Health Informatics at the Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health at the University of Oxford.
I research the use of information technology for improving healthcare delivery in low-resource settings. I'm particularly interested in digital learning, mobile technology (mHealth) and open source software.
I live in New Zealand and I am also the Director of a new online postgraduate Digital Health programme for the University of Otago.
The Evidence-based Digital Health (EBDH) project conducts modelling experiments and meta-research in the field of digital health.
I'm a co-investigator on a international consortium developing AI technologies for helping diagnose and treat tropical diseases such as Dengue, Tetanus and Sepsis.
Life-saving Instruction for Emergencies (LIFE) uses mobile technology for training healthcare workers and providing clinical decision support using ML (LIFE:DS).
I'm a co-investigator on the HIGH-Q project investigating the use of mobile technology for supporting neonatal post-discharge care.
Peer reviewed publications: Google Scholar. Some of my recent papers include:
Draft chapters of Textbook of Digital Health:
I teach on the following courses at the University of Oxford:
I'm the director of the fully-online postgraduate Digital Health programme at the University of Otago: