Michael Lydeamore

Michael is a PhD student at the School of Mathematics and Statistics in The University of Melbourne, under the supervision of James McCawJodie McVernon and Trish Campbell. He started his PhD in 2015. Michael’s PhD aims to understand, model and eventually help control the spread of invasive skin disease, particularly in remote and isolated communities. Michael completed a Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences, and later a Master of Philosophy at The University of Adelaide, under the supervision of Nigel Bean, Joshua Ross and Andrew Black, where he used a household-structured model to investigate the impact of the use of antivirals in the event of an influenza epidemic.