School of Natural and Environmental Sciences

Staff Profile

Professor Stephen Rushton

Prof of Biological Modelling

Background

I am interested in the development and application of modelling techniques in biological, environmental and medical systems. 

Research

My key focii of research are:

• the epidemiology of  food-borne pathogens

• the epidemiology of nosocomial and community acquired infections

• the epidemiology of wildlife and livestock disease 

• modelling microbial community dynamics in complex environments

• modelling human exposure to environmental contaminants

• discrete event modelling of human disease and health interventions

• spatial dynamics of wildlife populations and disease

• modelling health outcomes



Key Project websites: 

Centre for Medical Toxicology 

Stratified Medicine in Primary Biliary Cirrhosis (PBC)

Environmental & Social Ecology of Human Infectious Diseases Initiative (ESEI)


Teaching

Undergraduate 

BIO2003 Field ID Skills
BIO3003  Ecological Modelling (Module Leader)
BIO3012  Current Issues in Conservation 
BIO3036  Mammal Surveying Skills


Postgraduate

BIO8006  Field ID Skills
MST8023  Marine Consultancy
BIO8054  Wildlife Disease and Epidemiology
BIO8056  Modelling and Data Analysis


Publications