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Research Interests

I develop and analyze mathematical models of biological systems, primarily for applications in epidemiology, ecology and evolutionary theory. I study many different types of models, including both continuous and discrete deterministic dynamical systems, stochastic individual-based systems, static and dynamic evolutionary games, and statistical techniques for estimation of parameters of dynamical models. All of these methods are useful for investigating infectious disease dynamics and control, which is my main area of focus.

I am a member of member of the MacTheobio Research Group. See our work on COVID-19.

Press coverage of my research.

Funding for my research comes from the following agencies:

 

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