Dr Harry Green
Independent Research Fellow
RILD Building 3.03
University of Exeter Medical School, RILD Building, RD&E Hospital Wonford, Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW, UK
Harry is an E3 funded Independent Research Fellow in statistical modeling of disease progression. His PhD was in biophysical modeling of cardiac electrophysiology under Professor John Terry.
Harry's current research aim is to use advanced statistical modeling and machine learning approaches to build predictive models of Type 2 Diabetes progression and glycaemic control and identify causal risk factors for rising HbA1C levels.
Prior to the E3 fellowship, Harry worked as a Biomedical Statistican for Exeter's IBD Pharmacogenetics team, where he developed predictive models for treatment failure in Anti-TNF therapy for luminal Crohn's disease, identified genetic variants associated with disease risk and adverse event risk, and used genetic epidemiology to identify causal risk factors for gastrointestinal conditions.
- PhD Applied Mathematics – University of Exeter
- MSc by Research Applied Mathematics – Oxford Brookes University
- BSc Mathematics – University of Portsmouth
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My research interests are in the development and application of mathematical and statistical techniques with practical clinical use, particularly in predictive modeling in healthcare. While I currently work in disease progression in Type 2 Diabetes, my research experience spans cardiac biophysics, genetic epidemiology and modelling anti-TNF treatment failure.
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External Engagement and Impact
- Winner - Best Postgraduate Demonstrator, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, 2013
- Winner - Best Postgraduate Demonstrator, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, 2015
- Nominated - Best Postgraduate Demonstrator, University of Exeter, 2015
- Winner - Best Postgraduate Demonstrator, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, 2017
- Runner up – Best Poster Presentation, BioDynamics 2016
Invited lectures & workshops
- Mathematical Modelling of the Pulmonary Vein signals during Radiofrequency Ablation of Atrial Fibrillation - Institute of Mathematics and its Applications Early Career Mathematicians Conference – Keynote, 2015
- Mathematical Modelling of Atrial Electrograms and Application to Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment – University Hospital Bordeaux – Invited International Speaker, 2015
In my previous role as a teaching consultant in mathematics, I taught a range of courses in the first year, including dynamics, elementary calculus, advanced calculus, programming for mathematics, and mathematical investigations.