Kelvin Burke

Mathematical Modeller


Kelvin is a mathematical modeller in the Modelling and Biostatistics team. He primarily works on the development of allocative efficiency models for diseases such as HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis (TB) as well as the application of these models in country-specific analyses and reports.

Prior to joining the Burnet Institute, Kelvin completed a Master of Science in Mathematics and Statistics, specialising in mathematical biology and applied mathematics. His undergraduate studies were also in applied mathematics.


  • 2022: MSc (Distinct) (Applied Mathematics), The University of Melbourne, Australia
  • 2019: BSc (Applied Mathematics), The University of Melbourne, Australia

Projects (3)

Current (3)

  • Decision science using Optima

  • Optima HIV Modelling

  • Optima Tuberculosis (TB) Modelling