I studied zoology and infectious disease epidemiology from training at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and both universities in Oxford. The research group comprises molecular biologists, veterinarians and entomologists, armed to understand the biological components of infectious diseases. Our research at Warwick is quantitative and applied; one main focus is on parameterizing transmission cycles in pursuit of sustainable interventions against transmission. This involves primary data generation from a diversity of endemic field-based sites with international collaborators in veterinary and human tropical medicine. This facility, linked to our high-throughput molecular laboratory at Warwick, enhances the experience and provides exciting opportunities for both UG and PG students.
Our research contributes to and benefits from the broad expertise at Warwick and elsewhere including membership of:
Available PhD positions: Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher