Cameron (poster) and Ben (talk) presented their research on non-pharmaceutical interventions at the virtual Epidemics conference.
Ben will be joining the Department of Mathematics at Simon Fraser University in the spring as an Associate Professor.
Alistair and Ben have a new paper out in Evolution on Fisher’s classical hypothesis about differential mortality and sex ratio evolution.
Ben is teaching MA30047: Mathematical biology 1 this semester.
Cameron and Ben have released a new preprint on critical weaknesses in shielding strategies for COVID-19.
Nar, Alistair and Ben have a new paper out in the Journal of Theoretical Biology on how biases in sex ratio and disease characteristics affect the spread of sexually transmitted infections.
Congratulations to Hettie Chapman, who has finished her MMath project and is graduating this summer. Hettie will start a PhD at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf in the autumn.
Ben has released a new preprint on non-pharmaceutical interventions and the emergence of pathogen variants.
Ben gave a virtual talk and took part in a panel discussion hosted by ANU and the University of Melbourne.
Ben gave a virtual talk for the Department of Mathematics at the Simon Fraser University.
Ben has a new letter out in PNAS about evolutionarily stable strategies in periodically fluctuating populations.
Jason is starting a 12-month secondment with the Joint Biosecurity Centre to work on COVID-19.
Ben is Co-I on a new grant funded by NERC to study the evolutionary processes shaping greenbeard recognition systems and the control of cooperative behaviour.
Ben gave a virtual talk for the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Welcome to Cameron Smith, who has joined the group as a postdoc.
Ben has written a primer on herd immunity in Current Biology.