I am a data-driven disease ecologist with a wide range of interests and skills, specialising in spatial and social network analysis of wildlife disease.
Hi! I’m Greg.
I’m a postdoctoral fellow with the Bansal Lab at Georgetown University.
I have a really wide range of interests in disease ecology, most of which centre around individual-level variation in immunity, infection, behaviour, and life history. This includes:
Immune and parasite variation in space, time, and social networks
Untangling spatial and social behaviour and their role in wildlife disease
Exposure and susceptibility processes at multiple scales
Life history variation and its interactions with immunity
Any combination of the above
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