Phd, Imperial College London, 2013
- Population Ecology
- Mathematical Ecology
- Disease Ecology
- Evolutionary Ecology
My ongoing research falls into the following themes: (i) time series analysis of disease data; (ii) seasonal disease transmission; (iii) maternal immunization; (iv) scales and the effect of vaccines; and (v) phylodynamics and pathogen evolution. I use cutting-edge statistical inference techniques to couple disease incidence data with mechanistic epidemiological and evolutionary models. These aim to gain insight on transmission and life-history characteristics on population-level transmission processes.