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Mr Leo Gorman

Mr Leo Gorman

Mr Leo Gorman

Area of research

Increasing the impact of household survey data for rural development



Léo began by studying an undergraduate degree in Physics. During his undergraduate, he developed a passion for charity work, seizing opportunities to volunteer in local and international projects. Following a masters in international development, Léo began working for a small team at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) who developed RHoMIS. The RHoMIS tool has increased in popularity. To better deal with the increased rate of data collection, Léo focused on developing systems for automated data-cleaning and analysis. This reduced the time needed to provide the data to the projects who need it and facilitated rojects who need it and facilitated the harmonisation of the wider dataset.


  • global development
  • International Development
  • Data Integration
  • Data harmonisation
  • Data management
  • data science
  • data linkage
  • data visualisation


  • small area estimation
  • Multilevel models
  • multilevel modelling
  • Database
  • Database and web apps
  • Data linkage
  • data visualisation
  • data analysis
  • Bayesian Statistics (WinBUGS)



School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies

Research: Cross cutting research

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