I am an Associate Professor of Infectious Disease Modelling at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a Chancellor’s Fellow at the Usher Institute of Population Health Sciences and Informatics at the University of Edinburgh Medical School.

I am deputy director for the Centre for Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases at LSHTM.



Katie and Nick co-organise a workshop on modelling AMR (RESIST) with Gwen Knight and Laith Yakob


Nick presents work on AMR and vaccination at Epidemics 3 in Sitges, Spain


Katie presents work on AMR and vaccination at Conference of Infectious Disease Dynamics (Ambleside)


Katie awarded an ERC Starting Grant to start in 2018


Katie and Cordelia Coltart talk to the Royal Society about the Ebola Special Issue in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society they guest edited with John Edmunds.


Katie presents modelling work on the LAIV programme at the British Applied Maths Colloquium at the University of Surrey


Special issue (eds. Atkins, Coltart, Edmunds) on Ebola out "The 2013–2016 West African Ebola epidemic... data, decision and disease control" is out! here


James Munday presents his PhD work on equity and vaccination at the PHE Applied Epidemiology conference in Warwick


Katie presents RSV modelling work at a workshop in Warwick University organised by James Nokes, Tim Kinyanjui, and Sam Brand


As part of the Vaccine Centre at LSHTM, we organised a short seminar series on RSV in the UK, the path to vaccination, a recording can be found here. [Speakers, Rachel Reeves (UCL), Mark Jit (LSHTM/PHE), David Hodgson (UCL)]


Work on paediatric flu vaccination recommended by Lancet Public Health as Editor's Choice in the February issue.


Commentary by David Fisman and Isaac Bogoch on our flu vaccination paper, Hodgson et al. (2017), published in The Lancet Public Health here