New paper: Use of mathematical modelling to assess the impact of vaccines on antibiotic resistance

I am a Research Fellow in Mathematical Modelling at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. My research focus is on antibiotic resistance: its evolution and ecology, and how vaccination can be used to control it.

More generally, I am interested in how individuals adapt to their social and physical environment at all levels of biological organisation: genes within genomes, cells within bodies, and individuals within societies. In particular, I have focused on the origins of insect societies and on the evolution of intragenomic conflict.

I can be contacted at Nicholas.Davies@lshtm.ac.uk.