Kevin Lam

Kevin Lam

Research Assistant

I am working on the geospatial framework that models the accessibility of people living with HIV to ART facilties in Malawi and identifying underserved locations where new health facilities may be built. I am currently also developing estimates of the male circumcision prevalence in Malawi.

I have recently started my PhD in Statistics at the University of British Columbia. My research interests involve working on statistical methodology in Bayesian statistics and statistical learning with the eventual goal of being applied in practice.


  • Applications of statistical methods in public health
  • Geospatial modelling of travel times to health facilities
  • Bayesian hierarchical modelling of male circumcision prevalence


  • MSc Statistical Science, 2020

    University of Oxford

  • BSc Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, Economics, 2019

    University of Warwick