Andrew is an associate professor who develops theory to explain and predict population and evolutionary biology of host-parasite interactions (CV)
I am broadly interested in spatial modeling, model evaluation, and species’ range dynamics. For my master’s research, I am investigating how hosts’ parasite communities change between native and non-native ranges, across terrestrial mammals.
I am a postdoctoral associate who works jointly with John Drake and Andrew on exploiting critical slowing down to provide early warning on the emergence of infectious diseases.
I am a PhD candidate interested in the relationship between host diversity and parasite transmission. Website
I am a PhD student in Ecology and a trainee in the IDEAS program
I am an Ecology/Biology major and honors student. In the lab, my primary research focus is on understanding the specificity of complex life cycle parasites.