understanding the changing geography of infectious diseases
I am a disease ecologist and assistant professor at the Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate, at the Natural History Museum of Denmark. I use a mix of theory and tools from ecology, epidemiology and global change biology to study the links between environmental change and infectious diseases. I head the newly established Research Platform for Disease Ecology, Health and Climate at the University of Copenhagen that aim to promote cross-disciplinary collaboration to address and communicate knowledge about the relationship between climate, biodiversity and snail-borne parasites.
We do disease ecology, global change biology and spatial ecology, mostly parasites & vectors. If your research interests overlaps mine and you have an idea for a collaboration or project please do get in touch.