Jessica Stockdale

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Postdoctoral Fellow,
Mathematics, Genomics and Prediction in Infection and Evolution

Stockdale has interests in mathematical and statistical modelling of infectious disease outbreaks, particularly using genomic data. Before moving to SFU in October 2018, she completed her PhD at the University of Nottingham, UK, working on Bayesian computational methods for stochastic epidemics. Her current projects focus on modelling of pathogen genomic data to better understand transmission and evolution, and predict future infection.

Stockdale has interests in mathematical and statistical modelling of infectious disease outbreaks, particularly using genomic data. Before moving to SFU in October 2018, she completed her PhD at the University of Nottingham, UK, working on Bayesian computational methods for stochastic epidemics. Her current projects focus on modelling of pathogen genomic data to better understand transmission and evolution, and predict future infection.