Dr Harry GibsonSEEG Data Archive Manager
Harry is SEEG's Data Archive Manager. He helps with the development, processing and dissemination of SEEG’s large spatio-temporal grid covariate datasets. He has a computer science background and a PhD in Environmental Science. Since then he has worked as a GIS developer in the environmental sector, managing the spatial data component of the UK’s National River Flow Archive and, more recently, developing advanced automated GIS processing workflows for preparing the inputs to flood risk models used in producing the National Flood Risk Assessment.
Shearer, F.M., Huang, Z., Weiss, D., Wiebe, A., Gibson, H., Battle, K.E., Pigott, D.M., Brady, O.J., Putaporntip, C., Jongwutiwes, S., Lau, Y.L., Manske, M., Amato, R., Elyazar, I.R.F., Vythilingam, I., Bhatt, S., Gething, P.W., Singh, B., Golding, N., Hay, S.I. and Moyes, C.L. (2016). Estimating Geographical Variation in the Risk of Zoonotic Plasmodium knowlesi Infection in Countries Eliminating Malaria, PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (8) : e0004915 DOI
Moyes, C.L., Shearer, F.M., Huang, Z., Wiebe, A., Gibson, H.S., Nijman, V., Mohd-Azlan, J., Brodie, J.F., Malaivijitnond, S., Linkie, M., Samejima, H., O'Brien, T.G., Trainor, C.R., Hamada, Y., Giordano, A.J., Kinnaird, M.F., Elyazar, I.R.F., Sinka, M.E., Vythilingam, I., Bangs, M.J., Pigott, D.M., Weiss, D.J., Golding, N., and Hay, S.I. (2016). Predicting the geographical distributions of the macaque hosts and mosquito vectors of Plasmodium knowlesi malaria parasite in forested and non-forested areas. Parasites and Vectors, 9 : 242 DOI
Battle, K.E., Bisanzio, D., Gibson, H.S., Bhatt, S., Cameron, E., Weiss, D.J., Mappin, B., Dalrymple, U., Howes, R.E., Hay, S.I. and Gething, P.W. (2016). Treatment-seeking rates in malaria endemic countries. Malaria Journal, 15 : 20 DOI
April 2014 - March 2019
As the scientific and policy scope of MAP has expanded, so too has the volume and intricacy of data assembled and generated by the project, and the complexity of disseminating these resources effectively...