Dr Ewan Harrison
Career Development Fellow
I am Career Development Fellow on a UKRI Innovation Fellowship as part of Cambridge Health Data Research (HDR) UK substantive site. I am also a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Medicine and a Honorary Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Cambridge.
I completed my PhD in 2010 on the genomics and pathogenesis of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa. My post-doctoral work at the University of Cambridge focused on the analysis of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) populations in animals and humans and tracking the transmission of MRSA in healthcare facilities using both computational and laboratory-based approaches. My current research focuses on the biology of S. aureus. In particular, I am interested in the biological basis of persistent nasal colonisation. To do this I am combining large cohort-based studies, microbiome sequencing, conventional microbiology and electronic health record data. I am also interested in understanding and overcoming mechanisms of beta-lactam resistance in S. aureus.
Programmes and Facilities
Health Data Research UK (HDR UK)
The Health Data Research (HDR) UK Cambridge site is part of the national institute for health data science (HDR UK) ...