Dr. Annie Browne

Senior Research Officer Team: Global Malaria Epidemiology

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Annie’s background is in biology and public health, with a focus on infectious disease epidemiology. She received her BSc in Biological Sciences from the University of Reading in 2011 and her Master of Public Health from the University of Nottingham in 2014.

Annie worked first in laboratory diagnostics before moving to Public Health England to work as an infectious disease & surveillance analyst. In 2015 Annie joined the University of Oxford as a research assistant, contributing to various projects using spatial modelling to estimate disease burden.

Annie progressed to undertake her DPhil at the University of Oxford. This focussed on using spatial-temporal modelling to estimate the burden of antimicrobial resistance in typhoidal Salmonella infections. She worked in collaboration with numerous researchers around the world on a wider project estimating the global burden of antimicrobial resistance.

Annie joined Telethon Kids Institute in 2022 as a senior research officer on the Malaria Atlas Project.