Adeshina Adekunle

Adeshina Adekunle is an applied mathematician within the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine (AITHM) at the James Cook University. He has experience in infectious diseases modelling at both within and between host levels. He holds a PhD in Mathematical Biology from the University of New South Wales where he was modelling the dynamics of malaria infection and correlates of acquired immunity in individuals living in malaria endemic regions. His post-doctorate research work will focus on modelling the risk and control of infection associated with emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases in order to help enhance health system strength, health security and research capacity in the Pacific region.