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Andrew’s research group focuses on the acceleration of health sciences research and new clinical diagnostics through novel artificial intelligence and statistical data science methodology, as well as data collection and management platforms. His team works in highly multidisciplinary environments to both lead and support investigations across three strands of research: Profiling the protein and metabolite content of biological fluids and tissues using mass spectrometry proteomics and metabolomics for understanding disease mechanism, and to discover biomarkers for clinical diagnostics; Constructing secure research platforms and developing predictive models from population-level health and environmental data to develop interventions for One Health challenges such as anti-microbial resistance; Intensive longitudinal health, activity and behavioural monitoring at the level of individual animals and groups of animals for welfare and environmental sustainability.
Andrew has a joint position in Bristol Veterinary School and the Department of Population Health Sciences, Bristol Medicial School. He is AI lead for the John Oldacre Centre at Bristol Veterinary School, where he is also Population Health Theme Lead and Impact Director. He is Director for Enterprise & Innovation in the Faculty of Health Sciences, is an Associate Director of the HDR-UK South-West Better Care Partnership, and a Turing Fellow. Previously, he was Research Director for Bristol Veterinary School and founding Director of the John Oldacre Centre. He held an EPSRC Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Hamlyn Centre, Imperial College London, an MRC New Investigator Research Grant at the Centre for Advanced Discovery and Experimental Therapeutics, The University of Manchester, and was a Reader in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics at the University of Liverpool.
Current Staff (Lead Supervisor)
- Ranjeet Bhamber (Research Fellow)
- Brian Sullivan (PDRA)
- Mike Tier (Data Manager)
Current PhD Students (Lead Supervisor)
- Tim Dong
- Lucy Vass
- Axel Montout
- Léo Gorman (Turing Doctoral programme)
- Ed Barker (EPSRC CDT in Digital Health)
- Asheesh Sharma (joint with Melvyn Smith, UWE; BBSRC SWBio CDT)
- Harry Tata (EPSRC COMPASS CDT; funded by AstraZeneca)
- Dan Milner (EPSRC COMPASS CDT; joint funded by ILRI)
Current PhD Students (Co-supervisor)
- Zoe Parr-Cortes (lead Nicola Rooney; BBSRC SWBio CDT)
- Abbie Williams (lead Laura Peachey; BBSRC SWBio CDT)
- Tom Zuffa (lead Tim Parkin)
- Elliot Stanton (lead Kristen Reyher; BBSRC SWBio CDT)
Graduated Postgraduate Students
- Jon Massey PhD (2021), "Barriers to population-level AMR research in UK livestock and opportunities for data science"
- Al Phillips PhD (2020), "Bayesian methods for protein quantification in mass spectrometry proteomics"
- Gina Caplen (Senior PDRA)
- Jo Hockenhull (Senior PDRA)
- Louis MacGregor (Senior PDRA)
- Will Andrew (PDRA)
- Hanqing Liao (PDRA)
- Andris Jankevics (PDRA)
- Yan Zhang (PDRA)
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1/07/16 → 31/03/19
Andrew, W., Gao, J., Mullan, S. M., Campbell, N. W., Dowsey, A. & Burghardt, T., 1 Jun 2021, In: Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 185, 14 p., 106133.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile36 Citations (Scopus)228 Downloads (Pure)
Widespread severe cerebral elevations of haptoglobin and haemopexin in sporadic Alzheimer's disease: Evidence for a pervasive microvasculopathyPhilbert, S. A., Xu, J., Unwin, R. D., Dowsey, A. W. & Cooper, G. J. S., 28 May 2021, In: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications. 555, p. 89-94 6 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article (Academic Journal) › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile6 Citations (Scopus)32 Downloads (Pure)
Uncertainty aware protein-level quantification and differential expression analysis of proteomics data with seaMassPhillips, A., Unwin, R. D., Hubbard, S. & Dowsey, A., 25 Aug 2021, Statistical Analysis of Proteomic Data. Burger, T. (ed.). Springer, p. 141-162 22 p. (Methods in Molecular Biology; vol. 2426).
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