Keiran Suchak


I am a Research Fellow in Mobility Data Science in the School of Geography at the University of Leeds. Within the school, I am a member of the Institute for Spatial Data Science and the Mobility Science Lab. My current research focuses on exploring the mobility of healthcare workers and its impact on the way in which infections spread within healthcare settings; this research forms part of a broader digital health hub focused on antimicrobial resistance. I previously did my PhD at the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics, working on the development of novel methods for the real-time simulation of pedestrian systems. During my PhD, I also held the role of Data Science Fellow with the Connected Places Catapult, working on modelling and mapping the incidence of social isolation.