Research at the interface of mathematics, ecology & epidemiology

Our group is broadly interested in using mathematical models to understand the biological processes that shape population and community dynamics, with a particular interest in the ecology and evolution of infectious diseases. In collaboration with researchers from fields that span virology to public health, our approach merges a theoretical perspective with empirical data, using a combination of analytical, statistical and computational tools that are drawn from the fields of dynamical systems and stochastic processes.