Conferences and summer schools attended
- Mathematical Biology for Understanding Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Human-Animal-Environment Interface: a "One Health" Approach, Banff, Canada, November 2016 (Talk).
- CCS'16 Satellite Meeting - Contagion'16: Modeling of Disease Contagion Processes, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2016 (Talk).
- 2016 Conference on Complex Systems (CCS'16), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2016 (Talk).
- CCS Warmup 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 2016 (Flash Talk).
- European Conference on Theoretical and Mathematical Biology, Nottingham, UK, July 2016.
- Poster One: Spreading of healthy mood in adolescent social networks
- Poster Two: Mathematical modelling of influenza A (H5N1) epidemics in Bangladesh
- Stochastic models of the spread of disease and information on networks, Edinburgh, UK, July 2016 (Talk).
- Fluctuation-driven phenomena in biological systems, University of Warwick, UK, April 2016.
- Epidemics5, Clearwater Beach, Florida, USA, December 2015 (poster).
- Student Conference on Complexity Sciences, Granada, Spain, September 2015 (Talk).
- Mathematical and computational epidemiology of Infectious diseases - the Interplay between models and public health policies (MathCompEpi 2015), Erice, Italy, September 2015 (talk).
- Ecological and Molecular modeling of infections (EMOTIONS) 2014, Lyon, France, December 2014 (poster).
- Helsinki Summer School on Mathematical Ecology and Evolution 2014: Dynamics of
Infectious Diseases, Turku, Finland, August 2014 (Mini-poster presentation/Short talk).
- European Conference on Theoretical and Mathematical Biology, Gothenburg, Sweden, June 2014.
- Student Conference on Complexity Sciences, Oxford, August 2013.
- Social contagion over adolescent friendship networks. (Joint talk with fellow PhD student Robert Eyre)
Division of Health Sciences Seminar Series, Warwick Medical School, University of Warwick.
Talk slides available here
Analysis of historic pandemic influenza outbreaks & modelling of influenza A(H5N1) in Bangladesh.
Warwick Infectious Disease Epidemiology Research (WIDER) Seminar, University of Warwick.