I am a Senior Lecturer in Health Informatics at Division of Health and Social Care Research, King's College London, where I lead the Biomedical Informatics Group, and am also closely associated with the Department of Informatics.

My main research is in the areas of health informatics, reproducible research, data provenance and scientific workflows. The full details of my publications with links to online versions can be found here.


May 2017: ROAD2H project funded by EPSRC to look into use of decision support system in applying health policy in Low and Middle Income Countries, with demonstrators in Serbia and China.

Dec 2016: Selected as one of Farr Future Leaders in Health Data Science

Dec 2016: ENJECT COST project has just published its review of Connected Health in Europe.

Dec 2016:
CONSULT project funded by EPSRC to explore the role of sensor data in collaborative care of stroke patients.