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Network Structure and Disease Transmission

AIDS networkNetworks are a powerful tool for conceptualising the potential interactions within a population that can lead to the spread of infection. Networks allow us to capture three important aspects of the interactions that lead to transmission (i) frequent interaction with a few individuals within a large population (ii) large variations (between individuals) in their number of contacts (iii) clustered nature of contacts -- such that networks form cliques.

Four different network approaches and applications are studied at Warwick:

Funded by BBSRC, DTI/HO, EPSRC, EU, NIH, Leverhulme, Wellcome.


People involved:

Matt Keeling

Ellen Brooks Pollock

Ken Eames

Jon Read

Leon Danon

Matthew Vernon

Thomas House


Mike Boots (Sheffield)

Steve Webb (Strathclyde)