Ecology and evolution of pathogens

About the Lab

Our aim is to advance theory in ecology and evolution by studying host-pathogen systems. We use mathematical and computational models to test hypotheses. Ultimately, we'd like to understand what regulates the diversity and evolution of pathogens and pathogen communities.

Recent & Upcoming Events

January 6, 2016

Sarah and Ed's new paper shows that causal inference using state-space reconstruction is unreliable in natural systems

May 12, 2016

Frank and Marcos both successfully defended their dissertation proposals this week and are now PhD candidates. Congratulations!

September 14, 2016

Frank and Sarah's paper on the phylogeography of influenza (in collaboration with Trevor Bedford) was published in Proceedings B and featured in a Science Life article.