Background BA Zoology, University of Oxford; M.Sc. Biological Computation, University of York; Ph.D. Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Visiting Research Fellow, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Zimbabwe (1985-6); Research Fellow, Dept. of Biology, Imperial College, London (1986-89); Research Fellow, Dept. of Zoology, University of Oxford and Visiting Research Fellow, Blair Research Laboratories, Zimbabwe (1989-97); currently Chair of Veterinary Public Health and Quantitative Epidemiology, CTVM (1997)

An early correspondent wrote: "It will come as no surprise to anyone to learn that Mark Woolhouse is a
disciple of Anderson's - used to work with him at Oxford - and is another
non-vet biomathematical modeller.


Prof David King, Chief Scientist, has always made out that the Woolhouse
team (who are the others on his team? Are there any?) at Edinburgh was
independent - but I have it on good authority that he's been using the
Anderson model and that they've been working essentially 'in league/in
tandem' all along."

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