Kirsty initially studied physics and graduated with a PhD. in Astrophysics from Cambridge in 2009. She has since been working in the field of infectious disease modelling, first as a McKenzie Fellow… read more
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BOLTON, KIRSTY J, MCCAW, JAMES M, BROWN, LORENA, JACKSON, DAVID, KEDZIERSKA, KATHERINE and MCVERNON, JODIE, 2015. Prior Population Immunity Reduces the Expected Impact of CTL-Inducing Vaccines for Pandemic Influenza Control. PloS one. 10(3), e0120138 BOLTON, K J, MCCAW, J M, MCVERNON, J and MATHEWS, J D, 2014. The influence of changing host immunity on 1918-19 pandemic dynamics Epidemics. 8, 18-27
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Kirsty initially studied physics and graduated with a PhD. in Astrophysics from Cambridge in 2009. She has since been working in the field of infectious disease modelling, first as a McKenzie Fellow at the University of Melbourne and since 2013 as an Anne McLaren fellow at the University of Nottingham. She is particularly interested in pandemic influenza, including understanding the role of the immune response in shaping the transmission dynamics, the design of interventions and the challenges of developing novel 'universal' vaccines.