Research in the Rohani lab focuses on population biology, usually of host-natural enemy interactions, with a view to understanding fundamental processes in ecology and evolution. We use a combination of mathematical modelling, data analysis and statistical inference to understand the ecology and evolution of infectious diseases of humans and wildlife, including childhood infections and emerging infectious diseases.
Recent Lab News
Pej has been elected fellow of the Ecological Society of America.
NIAID announced new Center of Excellence in Influenza Research & Response at UGA! Pej will serve as its Deputy Director.
Delighted to announce Toby Brett has received UGA’s Postdoctoral Research Award!
A new paper by Borchering et al. (2021) on influenza B viruses was published in Proceedings of the National Academy