2019 Jun 10-13 - I’ll be at the EEID conference in Princeton, NJ
Poster: Temporal trends and geographic inequalities in antibiotic prescribing in Massachusetts
2018 Dec 1-14 - I’ll be at the Institut Mittag-Leffler workshop on mathematical biology in Stockholm, Sweden.
Talk (5 Dec): Identifying the geographic transmission hubs of the 2009 A/H1N1pdm influenza pandemic in the United States
2018 Oct 14 - New article out in Epidemics with Julia Gog, Cécile Viboud, Vivek Charu, Ottar Bjørnstad, Lone Simonsen, and Bryan Grenfell
Geographic transmission hubs of the 2009 influenza pandemic in the United States [Epidemics]
2018 Oct 4 - New article out in Science with Ben Dalziel, Julia Gog, Cécile Viboud, Ottar Bjørnstad, Jess Metcalf, and Bryan Grenfell
Urbanization and humidity shape the intensity of influenza epidemics in U.S. cities [Science]
2018 Jun 25-29 - I'll be presenting at the Probability and Biological Evolution meeting at the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques in Marseille-Luminy.
2018 Mar 2 - New article out in Epidemics with Petra Klepac and Julia Gog:
Contagion! The BBC Four Pandemic — the model behind the documentary [Epidemics]
2017 Dec 1 - I was awarded a Public Engagement Starter Fund grant to launch The Mathematics Of, an online portal where late secondary and early undergraduate students can learn about mathematical modelling through podcasts, interviews, and interactive activities.
2017 Nov 29–Dec 1 - I'll be at the 6th International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics in Sitges, Spain
Talk: Contrasting the geographic transmission of seasonal and pandemic influenza in the United States using a gravity-based model
2017 Nov 21-22 - I'll be at the Influenza Update Meeting at the University of Edinburgh.
Talk: Age-structured transmission of the 2009 A/H1N1pdm influenza pandemic in the United States
2017 Nov 6-7 - I'll be visiting the Grad laboratory at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health
Talk: Making sense of the geographic transmission of 2009 pandemic influenza
2017 Oct 1 - I'll be starting as a Junior Research Fellow at Queens' College, University of Cambridge
2017 Sep 6-8 - I'll be at the Conference of Infectious Disease Dynamics in Ambleside, UK
2017 July 17-19 - I'll be at the Next Generation Informatics for Global Health: Disease Dynamics and Epidemiology conference at the University of Hong Kong
Talk: Contrasting the geographic transmission patterns of three recent influenza outbreaks in the United States
2017 May 8 - New review of Cathy O'Neil's Weapons of Math Destruction posted on Plus Magazine
2017 Feb 10 - New article out in PLOS Computational Biology, with Vivek Charu, Scott Zeger, Julia Gog, Ottar Bjørnstad, Lone Simonsen, Bryan Grenfell, and Cécile Viboud
Human mobility and the spatial transmission of influenza in the United States [PLOS Comp Bio]
2017 Feb 4 - I'll be at the Meeting of Minds at the University of Cambridge.
Talk: Seasonal variation in the transmission of influenza
2017 Jan 9 - New review of Alex Bellos' Can you solve my problems? posted on Plus Magazine
2016 Nov 15 - I was awarded 2nd prize in Smith Institute's TakeAIM competition for research communication.
Essay title: The cat-and-mouse game of diabetes control
2016 June 15 - New post on Health Affairs Blog: "Making Hepatitis C a Rare Disease in the United States", by Victor Roy, Dave Chokshi, Stephen Kissler, and Prabhjot Singh.
2016 April 28 - I'll be speaking at the Allen Society's Easter term dinner.
Talk: Making mathematics infectious
2016 April 20 - I'll be presenting at the University of Cambridge Mathematics and Big Data Showcase.
Poster: Tracing the 2009 flu pandemic to its roots
2016 March 7 - I'll be presenting at the SET for Britain poster competition in the House of Commons.
2015 Dec 5-17 - I'll be visiting the National Institutes of Health, hosted by Cécile Viboud.
Dec 11 - Identifying hubs of the 2009 influenza pandemic in the United States
2015 Dec 1-4 - I'll be at the Fifth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics in Clearwater, FL.
Talk: Spatiotemporal patterns in age structure in the 2009 influenza pandemic in the United States