We are a mathematical disease ecology group based in the Department of Biology at Georgetown University.

We focus on the interactions that occur between hosts for the transmission of infection. These interactions are often difficult to observe, and yet they are key drivers in both the ecological and evolutionary dynamics of infectious disease.

We use both bottom-up approaches (including contact/behavioral data collection, transmission experiments, and mechanistic models) and top-down approaches (including epidemiological data and statistical models) to get at important host interactions and the role they play in dynamics for a variety of human, wildlife and livestock disease systems.

Latest News

  • Nov 2016: Elizabeth Lee will be presenting at the MISMS meeting on flu spatial heterogeneity
  • Nov 2016: Shweta will be speaking at an MBI workshop on Population Models
  • Sep 2016: Ewan Colman presents at CCS'16 on social heterogeneity and ants