Publications


  • Raghwani J., Thompson R.N., Koelle K. Selection on non-antigenic gene segments of seasonal influenza A virus and its impact on adaptive evolution (2017) Virus Evol. (accepted with minor revisions) (Available here)
  • Kraemer, M.U.G., Faria, N.R., Reiner Jr., R.C., Golding, N., Nikolay, B., Stasse, S., Johansson, M.A., Salje, H., Faye, O., Wint, G.R.W., Niedrig, M., Shearer, F.M., Hill, S.C., Thompson, R.N., Bisanzio, D., Taveira, N., Nax, H.H., Pradelski, B.S.R., Nsoesie, E.O., Murphy, N.R., Bogoch, I.I., Khan, K., Brownstein, J.S., Tatem, A.J., de Oliveira, T., Smith, D.L., Sall, A., Pybus, O.G., Hay, S.I., Cauchemez, S. Spread of yellow fever virus outbreak in Angola and the Democratic Republic of the Congo 2015–16: a modelling study (2017) Lancet Inf. Dis., 17:330-338 (Available here)
  • Thompson, R.N., Gilligan, C.A. and Cunniffe, N.J. Detecting presymptomatic infection is necessary to forecast major epidemics in the earliest stages of infectious disease outbreaks (2016) PLoS Comp. Biol., 12:e1004836 (Available here)
  • Thompson, R.N., Cobb, R.C., Gilligan, C.A. and Cunniffe, N.J. Management of invading pathogens should be informed by epidemiology rather than administrative boundaries (2016) Ecol. Model., 324:28-32 (Available here)
  • Thompson, R.N. Parameter inference and outbreak modelling for forecasting and optimising control of invading infectious diseases (2015) PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge
  • Thompson, R.N., Yates, C.A. and Baker, R.E. Modelling cell migration and adhesion during development (2012) Bull. Math. Biol., 74:2793-2809 (Available here)
  • Tappin, S.J., Howard, T.A., Hampson, M.M., Thompson, R.N. and Burns, C.E. On the autonomous detection of coronal mass ejections in heliospheric imager data (2012) J. Geophys. Res., 117:A05103 (Available here)