I am a Professor in the Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. My research uses mathematical and statistical models to understand disease outbreaks, and the effects of social behaviour and immunity on transmission and control.

From 2017–22, I held a Wellcome Sir Henry Dale Fellowship and from 2013–17, I held a Medical Research Council Career Development Award in Biostatistics. During 2014–15, I suspended my fellowship to work on analysis of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, funded by the R2HC programme.

My e-mail address is: adam.kucharski [AT] lshtm.ac.uk

Brief CV:

  • Professor, LSHTM, 2021–
  • Associate Professor, LSHTM, 2017–21
  • Assistant Professor, LSHTM, 2015–17
  • Research Fellow, LSHTM, 2013–15
  • Research Associate, Imperial College London, 2012–13
  • PhD Applied Maths, University of Cambridge, 2009–12
  • MMath Mathematics, University of Warwick, 2005–09

In my spare time, I'll often be writing, travelling or taking photos:

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