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McLeod D.V., Wahl* L.M, & Mideo* N. (2021) Mosaic vaccination: how distributing different vaccines across a population could improve epidemic control. Evolution Letters,

Whitlock A.O.B., Juliano J.J., & Mideo N. (2021) Immune selection suppresses the emergence of drug resistance in malaria parasites but facilitates its spread. PLoS Computational Biology, 17: e1008577. doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008577 LINK

Wait L.F., Kamiya T., Fairlie-Clarke K., Metcalf C.J.E., Graham A., & Mideo N. (2021) Differential drivers of intraspecific competition during malaria-helminth co-infection. Parasitology, 148: 1030- 1039. doi:10.1017/S003118202100072X LINK

Peters M., Greischar M.A., & Mideo N. (2021) Challenges of forming inferences from limited data: A case study of malaria parasite maturation. Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 18: 20210065. LINK

Kirk D., Greischar M.A., Mideo N., & Krkosek M. (2021) Environmental variability affects optimal trade-offs in ecological immunology. Ecosphere 12: e03654. LINK

Krkosek M., Jarvis-Cross M., Wadhawan K., Berry I., Soucy J-P. R., Bodner K., Greiner A., Krichel L., Penk S., Shea D., Vargas Soto J.S., Tekwa E.W., Mideo N., & Molnár P.K. (2021) Establishment, contagiousness, and initial spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Canada. FACETS 6: 180-194. LINK


Kamiya T., Greischar M.A., Schneider D.S., & Mideo N. (2020) Uncovering drivers of dose dependence and individual variation in malaria infection outcomes. PLoS Computational Biology, 16: e1008211. LINK

Hoi A.G., Gilbert B., & Mideo N. (2020) Deconstructing the impact of malaria vector diversity on disease risk. The American Naturalist, 196: E61-E70. LINK

Price T.A.R., Windbichler N., Unckless R.L., Sutter A., Runge J.-N, Ross P.A., Pomiankowski A., Nuckolls N.L., Montchamp-Moreau C., Mideo N., Martin O.Y., Manser A., Legros M., Larracuente A.M., Holman L., Godwin J., Gemmell N., Courret C., Buchman A., Barrett L.G., & Lindholm A.K. (2020) Resistance to natural and synthetic gene drive systems. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 33: 1345-1360. LINK

Kamiya T., Greischar M.A., Wadhawan K., Gilbert B., Paaijmans K., & Mideo N. (2020) Temperature- dependent variation in the extrinsic incubation period elevates the risk of vector-borne disease emergence. Epidemics, 30: 100382. LINK

Guy C., Ratcliffe J. and Mideo N. (2020) The influence of bat ecology on viral diversity and reservoir status. Ecology and Evolution, 10: 5748-5758. LINK

Greischar M., Alexander H., Bashey F., Bento A., Bhattacharya A., Bushman M., Childs L., Daversa D., Day T., Faust C., Gallagher M., Gandon S., Glidden C., Halliday F., Hanley K., Kamiya T., Read A., Schwabl P., Sweeny A., Tate A., Thompson R., Wale N., Wearing H., Yeh P., & Mideo N. (2020) Evolutionary consequences of feedbacks between within-host competition and disease control. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health 2020: 30-34. LINK


Greischar M.A., Beck-Johnson L.M. & Mideo N. (2019) Partitioning the influence of ecology across scales on parasite evolution. Evolution, 30: 100382 LINK

Greischar M.A., Reece S.E., Savill N.J. & Mideo N. (2019) The challenge of quantifying synchrony in malaria infections. Trends in Parasitology, 35: 341-355.LINK

Guy C., Thiagavel J., Mideo N. & Ratcliffe J. (2019) Phylogeny matters: revisiting ‘a comparison of bats and rodents as reservoirs of zoonotic viruses’. Royal Society Open Science, 6: 181182. LINK


Hall M.D., & Mideo N. (2018) Linking sex differences to the evolution of infectious disease life-histories. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 373: 20170431.LINK

Schneider P., Greischar M.A., Birget P.L.G., Repton C., Mideo N. & Reece S.E. (2018) Adaptive plasticity in the gametocyte conversion rate of malaria parasites. PLoS Pathogens, 14: e1007371.LINK

Kamiya T., Mideo N., & Alizon S. (2018) Coevolution of virulence and immunosuppression in multiple infections. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 31: 995-1005. LINK

Greenspoon P.B., Banton S. & Mideo N. (2018). Immune system handling time may alter the outcome of competition between pathogens and the immune system. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 447: 25-31. LINK

Birget P., Greischar M.A., Reece S.E. & Mideo N. (2018) Altered life-history strategies protect malaria parasites against drugs. Evolutionary Applications, 11: 442-455. LINK


Kamiya T., Greischar M.A. & Mideo N. (2017) Epidemiological consequences of immune sensitisation by pre-exposure to vector saliva. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 11: e0005956. LINK

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

Greenspoon P.B. & Mideo N. (2017). Evolutionary rescue of a parasite population by mutation rate evolution. Theoretical Population Biology, 117: 64-75. LINK

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

Reece S.E., Prior K. & Mideo N. (2017) The life and times of parasites: Rhythms in strategies for within-host survival and between-host transmission. Journal of Biological Rhythms, 32: 516-533. LINK

Wilson A.J., Morgan E., Booth M., Norman R., Perkins S.E., Hauffe H.C., Mideo N., Antonovics J.,
McCallum H. & Fenton A. (2017) What is a vector? Phil Trans Roy Soc B, 372: 20160085. LINK


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


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


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


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


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


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


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