Aaron Morris

BSc, MSc (DIC), PhD

Prior to joining Forest Research, he has also held post-doctoral positions in ecological and epidemiological modelling at the Royal Veterinary College, Imperial College London and the University of Cambridge.

Under review:

Gaythorpe K., Morris A., Stewart. M, Freeman J., and Choi M. Chainchecker: an application to         visualise and verify transmission chains for ebola. PloS One

Morris A., Ferguson N., Ghani A. Fine scale modelling of local mosquito population dynamics:     Implications for vector control methods. BMC Parasites & Vectors In Prep:

Morris A., Peel A., Glennon E. MacCallum H., Plowright R. and Restif O., The zoonotic interface:           Modelling virus dynamics and shedding from fruit bat hosts

Morris A., Sherrard-Smith E., Ghani A., Modelling gene-drive impact on mosquito populations across     Africa.

Published:

Combe, M., Velvin, C.J., Morris, A., Garchitorena, A., Carolan, K., Sanhueza, D., Roche, B., Couppié,     P., Guégan, J.F. and Gozlan, R.E., (2017). Global and local environmental changes as drivers of     Buruli ulcer emergence: Environmental changes and infectious disease. Emerging microbes &     infections6(1), pp.1-11.

Morris A., Guégan JF., Andreou D., and Gozlan R. (2016) Environmentally-mediated aquatic food-web     collapse promotes hosts of human infections in the tropics. Science Advances.

Morris A., Guégan JF., Benbow E., Williamson H., Merritt R.W., et al. (2016) Functional diversity     provides a new tool for understanding the ecology of emerging infectious diseases. EcoHealth.

Guinat C., Relun A., Wall B., Morris A., Dixon L., Pfieer D. (2015) Exploring pig trade patterns to     inform the design of risk-based disease surveillance and control strategies. Scientific Reports.

Morris A, Guégan JF, Hassani H, Andreou D, Couppie P and Gozlan R. (2014) Complex temporal     climate signals drive the emergence of human water-borne disease. Emerging Microbes and        Infections.

Morris A, Gozlan R, Marion E, Marsollier L, Andreou D, et al. (2014) First detection of Mycobacterium     ulcerans DNA in environmental samples from South America. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases.

Carolan K., Garchitorena A., Garcia-Pena G., Morris A., Landier J., et al (2014) Topography and land     cover of watersheds predicts the distribution of the pathogen Mycobacterium ulcerans. PLoS     Neglected Tropical Diseases.