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Professor Graham Medley


Job Title
Professor
Department
Life Sciences
Phone
02476524456
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Research Interests

My principal concern is the transmission dynamics of infectious disease. In order to develop understanding of observed patterns, I develop mathematical and statistical models. The mathematical models are combinations of different processes, and allow us to assess their influence and interactions. Of course, these models are much simpler than real life, and they are tools or sketches, rather than attempts to reproduce reality. In order for these models to be applicable, they must relate directly to data and to policy-making problems. Data are required both to estimate parameters, but also to validate the models. Policy-making usually requires finding the most cost-effective intervention, which, frequently, can only be done in models as the practicalities make field trials impossible.

I currently sit on the Advisory Committee on Dangerous Pathogens (ACDP),TSE risk assessment group, and am a member of the Board of Reviewing Editors for the journal Science.

Title Funder Award start Award end
Infectious Disease Dynamic Modelling in Health Protection - Life Science Subproject for 37779 Department of Health 01 Aug 2013 31 Jul 2018
Infectious Disease Dynamic Modelling in Health Protection Department of Health 01 Aug 2013 31 Jul 2018
SE3284: Bovine Tuberculosis (AHVLA 1100R6a) Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 01 Apr 2012 31 Mar 2014
Warwick Systems Biology Doctoral Training Centre EPSRC 01 Oct 2006 01 Oct 2013
Studentship: Enhancing the impact of regional health improvement programmes - 3 yr PhD AHDB (Formerly HDC) 01 Oct 2010 30 Sep 2013
The Potential Impact of Vaccination on RSV and Other Respiratory Virus Pneumonia in the Developing Country Setting Wellcome Trust 01 Jul 2008 30 Jun 2013
Household transmission of respiratory viruses: who acquires infection from whom Wellcome Trust 01 Mar 2010 29 Feb 2012
A Molecular Epidemiological Approach to Combating Footrot, an Endemic Disease of Sheep. BBSRC 01 Apr 2007 31 Mar 2011
Research into Developing and Broadening the Analysis of Disease Governance ESRC 01 Feb 2008 31 Oct 2010
Subcontract from Bristol on DEFRA project - A Country Parish Holding Herd (CPHH) Level Spacial and Temporal Analysis of the (RBCT) University of Bristol 01 Oct 2008 30 Sep 2010
Transmission dynamics and control of nosocomial infections MRC 01 Oct 2006 30 Sep 2010
Decision making frameworks in management of livestock disease: interaction of epidemology, economics and politics ESRC 01 Sep 2007 31 Aug 2010
An integrated approach for the development of sustainable methods of control tropical theileriosis Wellcome Trust 01 Jan 2005 31 Dec 2009
Modelling Study to estimate the force of infection for hepatitus C virus (HCV) infection among injecting drug users (IDUs) in Glasgow Health Protection Scotland 01 Sep 2008 31 Oct 2008
Novel approaches and technologies to reduce the impact of nematode parasitism on the livelihoods of small-holder farmers of sheep and goats in Africa Wellcome Trust 01 Jul 2005 30 Jun 2008
The epidemiology and tranmission Dynamics of Endemic Infectious Disease in the British Cattle Population BBSRC 01 Apr 2007 06 Feb 2008
Infection dynamics of respiratory syncytial virus (RSV):molecular and immuno-epidemiological studies in rural Kenya. Wellcome Trust 01 Feb 2005 31 Jan 2007
The epidemiology and tranmission Dynamics of Endemic Infectious Disease in the British Cattle Population BBSRC 01 Jan 2004 31 Dec 2006
Control of Endemic Disease to improve Sustainability of UK Dairy Farms BBSRC 01 Sep 2005 31 Aug 2006
The Impact of Infant Vaccination on Childhood and Adult HBV and HDV Transmission in Northern Tunisia Wellcome Trust 01 Jul 2003 31 May 2004
Decision Support for Risk Management Strategies of Tick-Borne Diseases within Sustainable Pastoral Systems DFID 01 Jul 2003 30 Sep 2003