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Prof

James McCaw

Professor In Mathematical Biology
Mathematics And Statistics
pertussis
infectious diseases
influenza
communicable diseases
pandemic influenza
viral dynamics
surveillance
host-pathogen interaction
public health policy development
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Prof

James McCaw

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Mathematical biology
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Prof

James McCaw

 

James McCaw is a mathematical biologist and infectious diseases epidemiologist with a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Melbourne. He was awarded an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship (2011-15).

He holds a split appointment between the Department of Mathematics and Statistics (Mathematical and Computational Biology) and Modelling and Simulation Unit, Centre for Epidemiolgy and Biostatistics, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health. His interests span from modelling host-pathogen-drug dynamics, with a focus on influenza and malaria, to developing public health control strategies for emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases.

Projects

Displaying the 39 most recent projects by James McCaw.

39

Projects

Project Types


18

Research Grant


14

Research Contracts


7

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 103 most recent scholarly works by James McCaw.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2018

National Innovation Award for Civil Security

CivSec 2018 Innovation Awards

2018

Innovation in Disaster Relief, Emergency Management and Humanitarian Services Award

CivSec 2018 Innovation Awards

2016

Eureka Prize for Infectious Diseases Research

Australian Museum Eureka Prizes

2012

Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award

Australian Institute of Policy and Science

2009

Aileen Plant Memorial Prize in Infectious Diseases Epidemiology

Public Health Association of Australia

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Professor In Mathematical Biology

Mathematics And Statistics

Professorial Fellow-Modelling & Simulation

Melbourne School Of Population And Global Health

Honorary

Doherty Institute

Member

Society for Mathematical Biology

Member

Australian New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM)

Member

Institute of Physics (UK)

Member

Australian Institute of Physics

Education


PhD

University of Melbourne

BSc (Hons)

University of Melbourne