Visit us

The EPSRC Centre for Predictive Modelling in Healthcare runs a lively visitor programme where both short term seminar speakers and longer term visitors can interact with the team.

If you are an academic, a student, a healthcare professional or involved in healthcare technologies and you are interested to visit or work with us, please get in touch with us using the visitor contact form below. We also organise a number of regular and special events  that you can participate in.

Visiting fellowship

We have some funding available to support the visits of interested parties who will contribute to the work of the Centre. Please use the visitor contact form to tell us more about your plans, the problem you would like to solve and who you would like to work with. Requests for funding will be dealt with on an individual basis.

Visitor contact form

Please fill in your details below and a member of the team will get in touch with you.

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Recent visitors to the Centre include:

Name Institution Date
David Grayden University of Melbourne, Australia July 2017
Steven Webb Liverpool John Moores University, UK July 2017
Blake Cook University of Melbourne, Australia July 2017
Gordon Wallace University of Wollongong, Australia June 2017
Yuri Maistrenko National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine May 2017
Bernd Krauskopf University of Auckland, NZ May 2017
Hinke Osinga University of Auckland, NZ May 2017
Alberto Perez UPC Barcelona, Spain May 2017
Naoki Masuda University of Bristol, UK April 2017
Richard Bertram Florida State University, USA March 2017
Pranay Goel IISER, Pune, India March 2017
Fabrice Wendling University of Rennes, France February 2017
Julian Modolo University of Rennes, France February 2017
Ingo Bojak University of Reading, UK February 2017

You may also like to look at the list of visitors we welcomed to the Centre during 2016.

Visitors can interact with a number of groups whose research relates to that of the Centre:

Within the University of Exeter's Department of Mathematics, related research groups include:

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