My broad research interests are in Epidemiology, modelling, and the teaching, engagement and attainment in Quantitative Biology.
Recent research student supervision has focused on the analysis of morphokinetic parameters in the success of human assisted reproduction.
Pedagogical study focuses on the necessary quantitative skills and training required for the modern Biosciences, with an interest in transition into Higher Education, student engagement and predictors of student attainment.
My previous research was on honeybee health, with a focus on invasive species and metapopulation modelling in the livestock industry.
PhD Epidemiology. University of Warwick 2014
BSc (Hons) Mathematics. Nottingham Trent University 2010
- Franklin, Daniel, Brown, Mike A., Datta, Samik, Cuthbertson, Andrew G. S., Budge, Giles E., Keeling, Matthew James, 2017. Invasion dynamics of Asian hornet, Vespa velutina (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) : a case study of a commune in south-west France. Applied Entomology and Zoology, March 2017, pp. 1-9
- Keeling, Matthew James, Datta, Samik, Franklin, Daniel, Flatman, Ivor, Wattam, Andy, Brown, Mike, Budge, Giles E., 2017. Efficient use of sentinel sites : detection of invasive honeybee pests and diseases in the UK. Journal of The Royal Society Interface, 14 (129)
- Keeling, Matthew James, Franklin, Daniel, Datta, Samik, Brown, Michael A., Budge, Giles E., 2017. Predicting the spread of the Asian hornet (Vespa velutina) following its incursion into Great Britain. Scientific Reports, 7