Epidemiology and Modelling Group,
University of Cambridge
We develop epidemiological models to predict the spread of plant disease epidemics and to identify and optimise economically and ecologically sustainable strategies for disease management.
Simulated spread of CBSD from Cameroon to Nigeria. Preliminary results.
Plant disease epidemics cause major economic shocks and reductions in food production. Epidemics can be especially harmful in developing countries where communities are often highly dependant on agriculture for subsistence and household income.
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This website is a repository for the research, predictions, and management simulations generated by the lab. The group is led by Professor Chris Gilligan. We are based in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge. Please click here for a full list of group members and their research.
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