Mideo, N., T. Day and A.F. Read. Modeling malaria pathogenesis. Cellular Microbiology, in press.
 
Mideo, N., S. Alizon and T. Day. Linking within- and between-host dynamics in the evolutionary epidemiology of infectious diseases. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, in press.
Mideo, N., V.C. Barclay, B.H.K.Chan, N. Savill, A.F. Read and T. Day. Understanding and predicting strain-specific patterns of pathogenesis in the rodent malaria, Plasmodium chabaudi. American Naturalist, in press.
Mideo, N. and T. Day. 2008. On the evolution of reproductive restraint in malaria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 275: 1217-1224.
Alizon, S. and P. Taylor. 2008. Empty sites can promote altruistic behaviour. Evolution. in press
 
Day, T., L. Nagel, M.J.H. van Oppen and M.J. Caley. 2008. Factors affecting the evolution of bleaching resistance in corals. The American Naturalist in press
 
Day, T., N. Mideo and S. Alizon. 2008. Why isn’t HIV vector-borne? Evolutionary Applications. in press
 
Day, T. and S. Gandon. 2008. Applying population-genetic models in theoretical evolutionary epidemiology. Ecology Letters 10:876-888
 
Taylor, P.D., T. Day and G. Wild. 2007. Evolution of co-operation in a finite homogeneous graph. Nature 447:469-472
 
Day, T., A. Graham and A.F. Read. 2007. Evolution of parasite virulence when host responses cause disease. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 274:2685-2692
 
Nelson, W.A., McCauley, E. & Wrona, F.J. 2005. Stage-structured cycles promote genetic diversity in a predator-prey system of Daphnia and algae. Nature 433: 413-417.
 
Books
 
Otto, S.P. and T. Day. 2007. A Biologist's Guide to Mathematical Modeling. Princeton University Press.
 
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