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Steve Abman
Steve Abman
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Emmanuel ADDO-YOBO
Savvas Andronikou
Savvas Andronikou
Eugenio Baraldi
Eugenio Baraldi
Danielle Belgrave
Danielle Belgrave
Klaus Bonnelykke
Klaus Bonnelykke
Andrew Bush
Andrew Bush
Carlo Castellani
Carlo Castellani
Andrew Colin
Andrew Colin
Adnan Custovic
Adnan Custovic
Renato Cutrera
Renato Cutrera
Pierre Goussard
Pierre Goussard
Robert P. Guillerman
Robert P. Guillerman
Eitan Kerem
Eitan Kerem
Indu Khosla
Indu Khosla
Jane Kirkby
Jane Kirkby
Keith Klugman
Keith Klugman
Amir Kugelman
Amir Kugelman
Enrico Lombardi
Enrico Lombardi
Sooky Lum
Sooky Lum
Fernando Martinez
Fernando Martinez
Giovanni Morana
Giovanni Morana
Liam O'Mahony
Liam O'Mahony
Giorgio Piacentini
Giorgio Piacentini
Giovanni Piedimonte
Giovanni Piedimonte
Christian Poets
Christian Poets
Petr Pohunek
Petr Pohunek
Jean-Paul Praud
Jean-Paul Praud
Giovanni Rossi
Giovanni Rossi
Bruce Rubin
Bruce Rubin
Sejal Saglani
Sejal Saglani
Francesca Santamaria
Francesca Santamaria
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Isabelle Sermet-Gaudelus
Florian Singer
Florian Singer
Peter Sly
Peter Sly
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Manuel Soto-Martínez
Renato Stein
Renato Stein
Alexander Tuazon
Alexander Tuazon
Mariapia Vila
Mariapia Vila
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Tsu Fuh Yeh
Heather Zar
Heather Zar

Faculty members


Danielle Belgrave

Danielle Belgrave, PhD is a Research Fellow in Biomedical Modelling at Imperial College London.
She is the recipient of an MRC Career Development Award in Biostatistics (2015) and her research focuses on latent variable modelling for accelerated endotype discovery.
There is growing recognition that asthma is not a single disease but a collection of diseases with similar clinical presentations. Statistical machine learning modelling techniques allow us to achieve a better understanding of the underlying complexities of asthma and allergic diseases based on this observed heterogeneity in the clinical manifestations of symptoms, especially during childhood. Dr Belgrave’s work is aimed towards understanding the genetic, biological and environmental factors associated with distinct developmental profiles of asthma and allergy in order to enable more personalised treatment and management strategies.
She has been the recipient of a number of awards including the Microsoft Research PhD Programme Scholarship and the Dorothy Hodgkins Postgraduate Award (2010), the Barry Kay Award from the British Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2011) and Best Presentation Awards at the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (2010 and 2013).
She has also spent time working in respiratory medicine in the pharmaceutical industry and during this time, she received the GlaxoSmithKline Exceptional Scientist Award (2015) for her statistical methodological work.

Danielle Belgrave