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MMVW03 - Measures and Representations of Interactions

The long-term goal of my research program is to understand the spread and control of infectious diseases within and between animal species, in both wild and domestic animal populations. To achieve this goal, I test hypotheses regarding infectious disease dynamics by using empirical data in mathematical models. I conduct both field-based data collection and theoretical modeling. My research focuses on a question fundamental to understanding disease transmission: How do animal contact structure and movement affect the spread of infectious disease? In this talk I will focus on a few different case studies to quantify interactions leading to pathogen spread, such as the use of proximity loggers, GPS collars, and apathogenic viruses in wildlife. 

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