Kelsey Grantham joined the Burnet Institute in 2015 and is primarily involved in model development for HIV incidence estimation and conducting HIV allocative efficiency studies with country governments. Her research interests include Bayesian modelling and inference, dynamical systems, and survival analysis techniques.
- 2014: Master of Applied Statistics, Macquarie University, Australia
- 2012: BSc (Hons) in Mathematics, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo, USA
- 2015: Vice-Chancellor’s Commendation for Academic Excellence
- 2014: Julian Leslie Prize
- 2014: International Merit Scholarship
- 2012 & 2009: George H. McMeen Mathematics Scholarships
- 2011: Awarded scholarship for the Summer Institute for Training in Biostatistics, a 6-week training and research program with North Carolina State University and Duke Clinical Research Institute, NC, USA.
- Optima Nutrition: an allocative efficiency tool to reduce childhood stunting by better targeting of nutrition-related interventions.
Pearson R, Killedar M, Petravic J, Kakietek JJ, Scott N, Grantham KL, Stuart RM, Kedziora DJ, Kerr CC, Skordis-Worrall J, Shekhar M, Wilson DP
BMC Public Health. 2018 Mar; 18(1):384
- The global Optima HIV allocative efficiency model: targeting resources in efforts to end AIDS.
Kelly SL, Martin-Hughes R, Stuart RM, Yap XF, Kedziora DJ, Grantham KL, Hussain SA, Reporter I, Shattock AJ, Grobicki L, Haghparast-Bidgoli H, Skordis-Worrall J, Baranczuk Z, Keiser O, Estill J, Petravic J, Gray RT, Benedikt CJ, Fraser N, Gorgens M, Wilson D, Kerr CC, Wilson DP
Lancet HIV. 2018 Mar; Epub ahead of print