Publications

2017

Greenspoon, P.B. & Mideo, N. (2017). Parasite transmission among relatives halts Red Queen
dynamics. Evolution, 71: 747-755. LINK

Smith, D.R.M. & Mideo, N. Modeling the evolution of HIV-1 virulence in response to imperfect
therapy and prophylaxis. (2017) Evolutionary Applications, 10: 297-309. LINK

Wilson A.J., Morgan E., Booth M., Norman R., Perkins S.E., Hauffe H.C., Mideo N., Antonovics J.,
McCallum H & Fenton A. What is a vector? Phil Trans Roy Soc B, 372: 20160085. LINK

2016

Ramiro, R.S., Pollitt, L.C., Mideo, N., & Reece, S.E. (2016) Facilitation through altered resource availability in a mixed-species rodent malaria infection. Ecology Letters, 19: 1041-1050. LINK

Greischar, M.A., Mideo, N., Read, A.F., & Bjørnstad, O.N. (2016) Predicting optimal transmission investment in malaria parasites. Evolution, 70: 1542-1558. LINK

Mideo, N., Bailey, J.A, Hathaway, N.J., Ngasala, B., Saunders, D.L., Lon, C., Kharabora, O., Jamnik, A., Balasubramanian, S., Björkman, A., Mårtensson, A., Meshnick, S.R., Read, A.F., & Juliano, J.J. (2016) A deep sequencing tool for partitioning clearance rates following antimalarial treatment in polyclonal infections. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, 2016: 21-36. LINK

Greischar, M.A., Mideo, N., Read, A.F., & Bjørnstad, O.N. (2016) Quantifying transmission investment in malaria parasites. PLoS Computational Biology, 12: e1004718. LINK

Greischar, M.A., Reece, S.E. & Mideo, N. (2016) The role of models in translating within-host dynamics to parasite evolution. Parasitology, 143: 905-914 LINK

2014

Reece, S.E. & Mideo, N. (2014) Malaria parasites prepare for flight. Trends in Parasitology, 30: 551-553. LINK

Kouyos, R.D., Metcalf, C.J.E., Birger, R., Klein, E.Y., zur Wiesch, P.A., Ankomah, P., Arinaminpathy, N., Bogich, T.L., Bonhoeffer, S., Brower, C., Chi-Johnston, G., Cohen, T., Day, T., Greenhouse, B., Huijben, S., Metlay, J., Mideo, N., Pollitt, L.C., Read, A.F., Smith, D.L., Standley, C., Wale, N. & Grenfell, B. (2014) The path of least resistance: aggressive or moderate treatment? Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281: 20140566 PDF

2013

Pollitt, L.C., Mackinnon, M.J., Mideo, N., & Read, A.F. (2013) Mosquito transmission, growth phenotypes and the virulence of malaria parasites. Malaria Journal, 12: 440.PDF

O’Donnell, A.J., Mideo, N., & Reece, S.E. (2013) Disrupting rhythms in Plasmodium chabaudi: costs accrue quickly and independently of how infections are initiated. Malaria Journal, 12: 372.PDF

Huijben, S., Bell, A.S., Sim, D.G., Tomasello, D., Mideo, N., Day, T., & Read, A.F. (2013) Aggressive chemotherapy and the selection of drug resistant pathogens. PLoS Pathogens, 9: e1003578.PDF

Mideo, N., Kennedy, D.A., Carlton, J.M., Bailey, J.A., Juliano, J.J., & Read, A.F. (2013) Ahead of the curve: Next-generation estimators of drug resistance in malaria infections. Trends in Parasitology, 29: 321-328.PDF

Read, A.F. & Mideo, N. (2013) The vector as protector. Nature, 498: 177-178. PDF

Mideo, N., Reece, S.E., Smith, A.L., & Metcalf, C.J.E. (2013) The Cinderella Syndrome: Why do malaria-infected cells burst at midnight? Trends in Parasitology, 29: 10-16. PDF

Carter, L.M., Kafsack, B.F.C., Llinás, M., Mideo, N., Pollitt, L.C., & Reece, S.E. Stress and sex in malaria parasites: why does commitment vary? Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health, 1: 135-147.

Mideo, N., Acosta-Serrano, A., Aebischer, T., Brown, M.J.F., Fenton, A., Friman, V.-P., Restif, O., Reece, S.E., Webster, J.P. & Brown, S.P. (2013) Life in cells, hosts, and vectors: parasite evolution across scales. Infection, Genetics, & Evolution, 13: 344-347. PDF

2012

Brown, S.P., Cornforth, D., & Mideo, N. (2012) Evolution of virulence in opportunistic pathogens: generalism, plasticity, and control. Trends in Microbiology, 20: 336-342. PDF

Metcalf, C.J.E., Long, G.H., Mideo N., Forester J.S., Bjørnstad O.N., Graham A.L. (2012) Revealing mechanisms underlying variation in malaria virulence: effective propagation and host control of uninfected red blood cell supply. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 9: 2804-2813.PDF

Pollitt L.C., Reece S.E., Mideo N., Nussey D.H., & Colegrave N. (2012) The problem of autocorrelation in parasitology. PLoS Pathogens, 8: e1002590.PDF

Mideo N., & Reece S.E. (2012) Plasticity in parasite phenotypes: evolutionary and ecological implications for disease. Future Microbiology, 7: 17-24.PDF

2011

Mideo N., Savill N.J., Chadwick W., Schneider P., Read A.F., Day T., & Reece S.E. (2011) Causes of variation in malaria infection dynamics: insights from theory and data. American Naturalist, 178: 174-188. PDFAPPENDICES

Mideo N., Nelson W.A., Reece S.E., Bell A.S., Read A.F., & Day T. (2011) Bridging scales in the evolution of infectious disease life histories: Application. Evolution, 65: 3298-3310. PDFAPPENDICES

Day T., Alizon S., & Mideo N. (2011) Bridging scales in the evolution of infectious disease life histories: Theory. Evolution, 65: 3448-3461.PDF

Pollitt L.C., Mideo N., Drew D.R., Schneider P., Colegrave N., & Reece S.E. (2011) Competition and the evolution of reproductive restraint in malaria parasites. American Naturalist, 177: 358-367. PDF

2009

Mideo N. (2009) Parasite adaptations to within-host competition. Trends in Parasitology 25: 261-268.PDF

Alizon S., Hurford A., Mideo N., & van Baalen M. (2009) Virulence evolution and the trade-off hypothesis: history, current state of affairs and future. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22: 245-259.PDF

2008

Mideo N., Read A.F., & Day T. (2008) Modelling malaria pathogenesis. Cellular Microbiology 10: 1947-1955.PDF

Mideo N., Barclay V.C., Chan B.H.K., Savill N.J., Read A.F., & Day T. (2008) Understanding and predicting strain-specific patterns of pathogenesis in the rodent malaria, Plasmodium chabaudi. American Naturalist 172: E214-238.PDF

Mideo N., Alizon S., & Day T. (2008) Linking within- and between-host dynamics in the evolutionary epidemiology of infectious diseases. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23: 511-517.PDF

Mideo N., & Day T. (2008) On the evolution of reproductive restraint in malaria. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B 275: 1217-1224.  PDF APPENDICES Nature Research Highlight (Evolutionary biology)

Day T., Mideo N., & Alizon S. (2008) Why is HIV not insect-borne? Evolutionary Applications 1: 17-27. PDF