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Nathaniel Henry

Doctoral Candidate

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I am a doctoral student in Clinical Medicine, with an emphasis on spatial epidemiology, at the University of Oxford. I previously served as a Researcher with the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, where I developed small-area analyses of tuberculosis burden and served as the analytical lead in an interdisciplinary project to map child mortality across the Global South. My doctoral research explores how national vital statistics registries can reveal space-time variation in mortality across a country, paving the way for more equitable and responsive public health interventions. As I finish my doctorate, I hope to bring a spatial perspective to questions of health equity in the United States.

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Research/Topics of Interest

Apply models to public health
Geospatial models
Health systems
Machine learning models
New methods development
Public health application of models
Public health policy/interventions
Science communication
Social determinants of health
Spatial transmission patterns
Statistical models
Surveillance/case detection
Time-series models
Social determinants of health
Demography
Geostatistics
Child health
Health equity

Pathogens/Diseases of Main Interest/Expertise

COVID-19
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Malaria
Season influenza
Tuberculosis (TB)

Countries of Work/Collaboration

Brazil
United States
Colombia
Nigeria
Ethiopia
India
Rwanda
Nepal
Italy
Mexico

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