Staff Member Biography
Francesca Pannulloposition: PhD Student
phone: 0141 353 7637
University of Glasgow,
200, Renfield Street
Biography and Interests
Francesca graduated from the University of Glasgow in June 2012 with a First Class BSc (Hons) in Statistics, then graduated in December 2013 with a Masters in Public Health (with Merit). Francesca is currently a third-year PhD student within the unit and the School of Mathematics and Statistics, and her PhD will focus on associations between air pollution, deprivation and mortality in Scotland within a Bayesian framework. She is supervised by Alastair Leyland, Duncan Lee and Eugene Waclawski.
Francesca is also a tutor and demonstrator in the School of Mathematics and Statistics, where she teaches on first year probability and statistical models, second year probability, second year probability models, fourth year financial statistics, and fourth year analysis of data. In the second year of her PhD, she took on the role of postgraduate representative for Statistics, was part of the Statistics Learning and Teaching Committee.
Pannullo F, Lee D, Waclawski E, Leyland AH. How robust are the estimated effects of air pollution on health? Accounting for model uncertainty using Bayesian model averaging. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 2016;18:53-62open access
Pannullo F, Lee D, Waclawski E, Leyland A. Improving spatial nitrogen dioxide prediction using diffusion tubes: A case study in West Central Scotland. Atmospheric Environment 2015;118:227–235open access
Miller C, Magdalina A, Willows RI, Bowman AW, Scott EM, Lee D, Burgess C, Pope L, Pannullo F, Haggarty R. Spatiotemporal statistical modelling of long-term change in river nutrient concentrations in England & Wales. Science of the Total Environment 2014;466-467:914-923open access
Pannullo F. Associations between air pollution, deprivation and mortality in seven Scottish councils: a multi-level study [MPH], MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow 2013.