My research focuses on understanding and predicting how life history strategies enable parasites to quickly respond to disease control methods, and what the consequences are for the efficacy of disease control.
I am a postgraduate research assistant with a background in Ecology, Mycology and Entomology. Currently, I am investigating the importance of biological rhythms for the survival and transmission of malaria parasites.
I am investigating parasite strategies for survival and transmission, especially focusing on the trade-offs that malaria parasites experience between both. I shall be creating models of the process topped with delicious experimentally obtained rodent insights and insides.