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Miss Amy Marie Campbell BSc, MSc

Postgraduate research student (INSPIRE)

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Amy Marie Campbell is a postgraduate research student within Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton at the University of Southampton.

Amy is currently exploring the impact of climate change on the ecology and evolution of climate-sensitive pathogens, particularly Vibrio bacteria which cause gastrointestinal diseases in humans, to develop effective forecasting systems and public health tools. This is supported by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS). She has a background in climate science, environmental health interactions and earth observation data analysis.

She has previously worked as part of the European Space Agency’s Climate Office exploring the potential of satellite-derived climate variables for cholera forecasting applications. Amy is a Space4Climate COP26 Champion, representing the Earth Observation and climate community in a range of science communication settings, such as the recent United Nations COP event in Glasgow.

Academic history includes MSc in Earth Observation and Geoinformation Management from Edinburgh University (2018–2019) and BSc in Geography from University of Exeter, Penryn Campus (2015-2018). Her undergraduate dissertation focused on mapping the effects of climate change on the epidemiology of Lyme Disease in the USA and won the Global Undergraduate Award for Earth & Environmental Science.

Research interests

  • Climate change and environmental health drivers
  • Earth observation and marine remote sensing
  • Vibrio spp. epidemiology
  • GIS and data visualisation
  • Science communication

Research project: Global phylo-epidemiology of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in a context of climate change. 


Professor Chris Hauton
Professor Bob Marsh 
Dr Jaime Martinez-Urtaza
Dr Ronny van Aerle


Research group

Marine Biology and Ecology

Affiliate research group

Marine Invertebrate Physiology & Immunology (MIPI) lab, University of Southampton

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