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Phoebe Asplin

I am currently an MSc student at the Mathematics for Real-World Systems Centre for Doctoral Training (MathSys II CDT). My research interests are in modelling infectious diseases with a focus on respiratory diseases and the impact of interventions on disease dynamics.

Publications

Moller F, Powell S, Asplin P, Archambault D, Turkay C, McNeill G and Sondag M, Modelling Zombies and Other DiseasesLink opens in a new window (June 2022)

Projects

Investigating the role of symptom severity on health economic outcomes (MSc individual project, summer 2022). Supervised by Dr Ed Hill Link opens in a new windowand Prof Matt KeelingLink opens in a new window.

Modelling the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in higher education settings (MSc group project, spring 2022). In collaboration with Rachel LantzLink opens in a new window and Ryan TeoLink opens in a new window. Supervised by Dr Christopher DavisLink opens in a new window, Dr Lousie Dyson, Link opens in a new window Dr Ed HillLink opens in a new window, Dr Trystan LengLink opens in a new window, Dr Samuel Moore, Dr Laura Guzman RinconLink opens in a new window and Prof Mike TildesleyLink opens in a new window.

Investigating the Impact Immunity has on the Dynamics of COVID-19 (MMath 4th year project, spring 2021). Supervised by Dr Kat RockLink opens in a new window.

Contact information

E-mail: p dot asplin at warwick dot ac dot uk

Office: D1.06, Zeeman Building

LinkedIn: Phoebe Asplin

GitHub: pasplinLink opens in a new window