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Xinchun Gu



My research primarily focuses on the surveillance of infectious diseases in England and the evaluation of vaccine efficacy and safety. I use data from the Oxford-Royal College of GPs Research and Surveillance Centre (Oxford-RCGP RSC), which collects information from more than 1700 practices across England and Wales, to evaluate the trend of influenza-like illness in the UK.

Prior to joining the University of Oxford, I completed my PhD in pharmacoepidemiology at the University of Manchester. I have a background in pharmacy and have also earned a master's degree in clinical pharmacy from Peking University and a bachelor's degree in pharmaceutical science from Sun Yat-Sen University.