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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.

News


2017-14-06

Katie and Nick co-organise a workshop on modelling AMR (RESIST) with Gwen Knight and Laith Yakob https://sites.google.com/view/resistabr/programme

2017-12-01

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

2017-09-06

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

2017-09-05

Katie awarded an ERC Starting Grant to start in 2018

2017-19-06

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.

2017-04-11

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

2017-04-10

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

2017-03-22

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

2017-03-21

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

2017-02-15

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)]

2017-02-14

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

2017-01-11

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