David Greenhalgh

University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom 0000-0001-5380-3307

David Greenhalgh was born in Manchester, United Kingdom in 1959. He received a BA Honours degree in Mathematics (1st Class) in 1980 and the Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics (Part III Mathematics) with distinction in 1981. He was awarded a PhD degree from Cambridge University Engineering Department in 1984. From 1984-1986 he was a Medical Research Council (MRC) Research Training Fellow in the Department of Pure and Applied Biology, Imperial College, London. In 1986 he moved to Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland as Lecturer in Statistics. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1997 and Reader in 2003. His research interests include mathematical modelling in biology, particularly infectious diseases. He has worked on HIV/AIDS, hepatitis A and hepatitis C, mumps and rubella. In 1980 he was awarded the M.T. Dodds Prize by Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He has published around 80 papers in international refereed journals, around 7 invited book chapters and around 70 conference papers. He is on the editorial board of 12 international journals and has supervised or co-supervised 17 research students. He has presented over 30 invited talks at international conferences and been involved in the organisation of around 30 international conferences. He has served on prestigious panels for two of the major UK grant giving bodies, the MRC, (Health Services and Health of the Public Research, Population Health Scientist, Methodology Research Fellowships and Career Development Award in Biostatistics Panels), and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Mathematics Peer Review College 2000-2003 and 2010-2013, various EPSRC panels. He has obtained funding from the EPSRC, the Wellcome Trust, the Royal Society, the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the British Council and the Indian National Academy of Science amongst other sources.

Biography Updated on 20 July 2011

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