Sinead E. Morris

Sinead Morris

Graduate student

I am broadly interested in integrating immunological and epidemiological data to model the cross-scale dynamics of infectious diseases. Current projects include quantifying the impact of within-host viral persistence on population-level transmission. During my graduate research I have also worked on the spatiotemporal dynamics of a range of acute infections including measles, dolphin morbillivirus and human influenza; and previously, at the University of Glasgow, I modeled the development of new blood vessels in response to tumour growth and the spread of infectious diseases on agricultural networks.

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