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Melissa Iacovidou

Email: Melissa dot Iacovidou at warwick dot ac dot uk
Office: D1.13, Zeeman Building


Currently working on a PhD under the supervision of Dr Kat Rock and Dr Erin Gorsich. I am interested in mathematical epidemiology with a focus on vector-borne infectious diseases. Specifically, I am working on new approaches to modelling malaria transmission and insecticide resistance using realistic mosquito biology and behaviour, and network methods.


MSc Project

University of Warwick

Modelling realistic mosquito biology and behaviour to predict the potential of malaria transmission in Côte d’Ivoire
University of Cambridge
Final Year Project
University of St Andrews
Mathematical models of evolutionary dynamics in cancer cell populations
Summer Research Project
University of St Andrews

Estimating covariance/correlation using open-high-low-close prices in a dynamic framework


University of Warwick

CDT in Mathematics for Real-World Systems
MSc in Mathematics of Systems

2019 -

University of Cambridge

MASt in Applied Mathematics
Part III of the Mathematical Tripos

2018 - 2019
University of St Andrews

MMath (Hons) Mathematics

2014 - 2018

Awards - University of St Andrews
  • Undergraduate Research Assistantship Programme
  • Deans’ List (3 years)