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Professor Gavin Gibson, Dept Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.
Statistical inference, model fitting and Bayesian methods for spatially-extended models.

Dr Tim Gottwald, USDA Horticultural Research Laboratory, Florida
Spatio-temporal dynamics of citrus canker.

Dr Sergei Taraskin, Dept Chemistry, University of Cambridge.
Application of percolation and other methods from statistical physics to epidemiological problems.

Professor Bob Rowthorn, Dept Economics, University of Cambridge
Linking of economic and epidemiological models.

Dr Wilfred Otten, Senior Lecturer, Biophysics of Soil Ecosystems, University of Abertay Formerly senior research associate in soil physics working on testing an epidemiological framework to quantify the spatio-temporal dynamics of saprotrophic activity of soil-borne fungi.

Dr Adam Kleczkowski, Senior Lecturer, Department of Computing Science and Mathematics, University of Stirling
Modelling the influence of spatial and temporal heterogenities on dynamics of ecological and epidemiological systems.

Dr Alex Cook, Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics & Applied Probability, National University of Singapore
The optimal design of experiments relating to epidemics.

Dr Ross Meentemeyer, Director of the Center for Applied GIScience, Dept Geography and Earth Sciences, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Spatial models for sudden oak death, linking epidemiology and GIS.

Dr Dave Rizzo, Dept Plant Pathology, UC Davis,
Models for control of sudden oak death.

Dr Ramanan Laxminarayan, Resources for the Future, Washington
Linking of economic and epidemiological models.

Dr Jane White, Centre for Mathematical Biology, Univeristy of Bath
Model simplification using asymptotic and perturbation methods for spatio-temporal epidemic models.

Dr Ivana Gudelj, Dept Mathematical Sciences, University of Bath
Adaptive dynamics and evolution of plant pathogens in heterogeneous environments.

Prof Michael Jeger, Dept Biology, Imperial College, UK
Models for fungal growth and carbon-limited dynamics; models for vector-transmitted infections.

Prof. Brian Kerry, Head of the Nematode Interaction Unit, Rothamsted Research
Modelling of nematode dynamics in the pathozone.