Guy Harling is a senior research associate in the Institute for Global Health at University College London. He has master’s degrees in economics (McGill) and epidemiology (University of Cape Town), and a doctorate in social epidemiology from Harvard. Guy conducts research on the social determinants of infectious diseases, mainly on HIV and mainly in sub-Saharan-Africa. He does this through statistical analysis of dependent data, including multilevel, spatial and social network structures. He has a related side-interest in research to improve data collection and analysis methods. Guy has worked in South Africa since 2004, and collaborates with both the Africa Health Research Institute in KwaZulu-Natal and the MRC/Wits Rural Public Health and Heath Transitions Research Unit (“Agincourt”) in Mpumalanga.
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies