I collaborate on research projects at the OU led by Heather Whitaker, related to the self-controlled case series method, and co-supervise one PhD student working on frailty models in infectious disease epidemiology.
Hardy is reputed to have said 'Young men prove theorems; old men write books' (women didn't feature much in Hardy's life, it seems). It seems my time has come: I'm currently working on a book about the self-controlled case series method, with Heather Whitaker and Yonas Ghebremichael Weldeselassie. There's another one about epidemiological methods for vaccines in the pipeline. Though I do find myself wondering whether the world really needs any more books... At least writing them is quite enjoyable when it's too rainy to go up into the hills.