Graham Medley is Professor of Infectious Disease Modelling within the Department of Global Health and Development, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and was most recently, until April 2015, Professor of Epidemiology at the School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick.

Graham's principal concern is the transmission dynamics of infectious disease, and has published on many different pathogens and hosts - see here for a full list. He is particularly interested in understanding how interventions are and should be designed to control infectious disease; and his definition of "interventions" includes both the biological (e.g. immune response) and societal action (e.g. immunisation).

More recently Graham has become fascinated by the interaction between infectious disease and the economic and political spheres, and it is for this reason that he moved to the Faculty of Public Health Policy, the department of Global Health and Development and the Social and Mathematical Epidemiology group.

Graham currently sits on the Board of Reviewing Editors for the journal Science, is a handling editor for Mathematical Biosciences, and a Joint Editor for Epidemics.

Graham contributes to the work on NTDs and Visceral Leishmaniasis for the Diagnostics Modelling Consortium.

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