David Sinclair, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of Health Policy and Management and the Public Health Dynamics Laboratory. His research focuses on the creation and application of models and simulations, including models of the US opioid epidemic and the spread of infectious diseases.
Dr. Sinclair utilizes models and simulations to investigate policy impacts using a census-matched synthetic population of the United States. He is a key member of the team developing the agent-based models platform FRED, an agent-based model platform.
Dr. Sinclair received his PhD from the University of Oxford, UK and MPhys from the University of Durham, UK.
2015 | University of Oxford, Oxford, UK | PhD
2011 | University of Durham, Durham, UK | MPhys