Research & Publications
Mary-Anne "Annie" Hartley is an Assistant Professor in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science. Her research is focused on developing and validating novel data-driven tools designed to improve healthcare in low-resource settings, with a special interest in Africa.
She completed her undergraduate degrees at the Universities of Pretoria and Cape Town before moving to Switzerland, where she completed a PhD and MD at the University of Lausanne, with an MPH at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
In 2019, she started the research group, "Intelligent Global Health" in the School of Computer Science at the Swiss Institute of Technology (EPFL) and continues this work in LiGHT (Laboratory for intelligent Global Health Technologies).
Through these groups, she maintains a strong presence and partnership between EPFL and Yale through student exchange, research collaboration, and a visiting professorship.
The groups collaborate with international NGOs and clinical partners to create and validate needs-based digital global health technology using novel approaches in data science and informatics.
Education & Training
- MDUniversity of Lausanne
- MPHLondon School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
- PhDUniversity of Lausanne
- MScUniversity of Cape Town
- BScUniversity of Pretoria
- ResidentUniversity Hospital of Bern
- ResidentUniversity Hospital of Lausanne, Unisanté
- Group LeadSwiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
- EMTCritical Care Academy