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Influence of correlated antigen presentation on T-cell negative selection in the thymus.
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface issue 148 volume 15 (7 November 2018)
Modelling the effects of phylogeny and body size on within-host pathogen replication and immune response
Journal of the Royal Society Interface (15 November 2017)
Modelling the effects of phylogeny and body size on within-host pathogen replication and immune response.
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface issue 136 volume 14 (November 2017)
A Stage Structured Hybrid Model for Disease Dynamics and Complex Systems Modelling
The 2nd Annual Cybersecurity Early Careers Researchers Symposium, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom (14 October 2016) Full text available
Estimating biologically relevant parameters under uncertainty for experimental within-host murine West Nile virus infection.
Journal of the Royal Society, Interface issue 117 volume 13 page 20160130-20160130 (13 April 2016)
An excitable Rho GTPase signaling network generates dynamic subcellular contraction patterns.
The Journal of cell biology issue 12 volume 216 page 4271-4285 (December 2017)
An Immune System Inspired Theory for Crime and
Violence in Cities
Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems (26 June 2017) Full text available
Analysis of a Planetary Scale Scientific Collaboration Dataset Reveals Novel Patterns
Complex SystemsSpringer Proceedings in Complexity (11 January 2017)
A Multi-Agent System Approach to Load-Balancing and Resource Allocation for Distributed Computing
Complex Systems Springer Proceedings in Complexity (11 January 2017)
A Computational Technique to Estimate Within-Host Productively Infected Cell Lifetimes in Emerging Viral Infections
Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems issue 3 volume 15 page 190-198 (2017)
My research interests are in mathematical modelling of complex systems and computational immunology.