Sophie graduated in 2020 with a PhD in Mathematics for Real-World Systems.
- S. Meakin and M. Keeling (2018). Correlations between stochastic epidemics in two interacting populations. Epidemics. doi: 10.1016/j.epidem.2018.08.005.
- S. Meakin and M. Keeling (2019). Correlations between stochastic endemic infection in multiple interacting subpopulations. Journal of Theoretical Biology. doi: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2019.109991
- Young Researchers of the Complex Systems Society Scholarship for Events on Complex Systems to attend IDDconf 2018.
- European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology travel grant to attend the 10th Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling Infectious Diseases.
- Scholarship from the Department of Biostatistics, University of Washington, to attend the 10th Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling Infectious Diseases.
- Recipient of the Faculty of Science prize and Best Overall Poster prize at the Postgraduate Research Showcase 2017 poster competition at the University of Warwick. You can see my general-audience poster here!
Selected conferences, workshops and schools:
- Contributed talk "A metapopulation model for the 2018 Ebola outbreak in Equateur Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo” at IDDconf 2018, Ambleside, September 2018.
- Contributed talk "Correlations between stochastic epidemics in multiple interacting subpopulations" at the 11th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology (ECMTB 2018), Lisbon, Portugal, July 2018.
- Invited talk “Two applications of metapopulation models in epidemiology” at the Institute for Disease Modelling, Seattle, July 2018.
- Contributed talk "Correlations between stochastic epidemics in interacting populations" at the NetSci 2018 satellite symposium: Integration of Empirical Data in Network Epidemiology (iodine), Paris, June 2018.
- Contributed talk "A stochastic epidemic model for interacting populations” at the Young Mathematicians Colloquium, University of Birmingham, April 2018.
- Poster presentation "Correlations between stochastic epidemics in interacting populations" at Epidemics6, November 2017.
- Teaching assistant for Applied Stochastic Processes (ST333) for third and fourth year undergraduates in Mathematics, 2018/19.
- Seminar tutor for Quantitative Analysis for Management 1 (IB121) for first year undergraduates on the BSc in Management/International Management, Warwick Business School, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19.
- Seminar tutor for Quantitative Analysis for Management 2 (IB122) for first year undergraduates on the BSc in Management/International Management, Warwick Business School, 2016/17, 2017/18.
MSc with Distinction in Mathematics for Real-World Systems, University of Warwick 2015-2016
- MSc individual research project: Correlations between stochastic epidemics in coupled populations, supervised by Prof. Matt Keeling.
MSci with First Class Honours in Mathematics, University of Bristol, 2010-2014
- MSci research project: Discrete Choice Behaviour and the Multi-Armed Bandit Problem, supervised by Prof. David Leslie.
- Awarded the Henry Ronald Hasse prize, for the best single honours mathematics student and the IMA prize, for outstanding final year performance.
My non academic interests include surfing, scuba-diving and open-water swimming.