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Books and Edited Volumes
  • Day, T., A. Galvani, C. Struichner, and A. Gumel (eds.). 2008. The evolutionary consequences of vaccination. A special supplement of Vaccine (Volume 26 S3)
  • Day, T. and S.C. Stearns (eds.). 2009. Evolutionary medicine. A special issue of Evolutionary Applications (Volume 2).

Book Chapters

  • Day, T. 2005. Modeling the ecological context of evolutionary change: déjà vu or something new? in Ecological Paradigms Lost: Routes to Theory Change, Eds. Kim Cuddington and Beatrix E. Beisner. Academic Press [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and S. Gandon. 2005. Insights from Price's equation into evolutionary epidemiology. in Disease Evolution: Models, Concepts, and Data Analysis. Eds Feng, Dieckmann, and Levin. in press [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2009. Mathematical techniques in the evolutionary epidemiology of infectious diseases. in Modeling and dynamics of infectious diseases. Eds. Zhien Ma, Yicang Zhou, and Jianhong Wu. Series in Contemporary Applied Mathematics (Vol. 11). World Scientific Press.

Articles

  • Cressler, C., A. Graham, and T. Day. 2015. Evolution of hosts paying manifold costs of defense. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, in press
  • Day, T. 2015. Information entropy as a measure of genetic diversity and evolvability in colonization. Molecular Ecology, in press
  • Day, T., S. Huijben, and A.F. Read. 2015. Is selection relevant in the evolutionary emergence of drug resistance? Trends in Microbiology 23:126-133
  • Murall, C.L., C.T. Bauch, and T. Day. 2015. Could the human papillomavirus vaccines drive virulence evolution? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282:20141069
  • McClure, N. and T. Day. 2014. A theoretical examination of the relative importance of evolution management and drug development for managing resistance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20141861
  • McLeod, D. and T. Day. 2014. Sexually transmitted infection and the evolution of serial monogamy. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20141726
  • Hansen, J. and T. Day. 2014. Coinfection and the evolution of resistance. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27:2595-2604
  • Kouyos R.D., C. J. E. Metcalf, R. Birger, E. Y. Klein, Pia Abel zur Wiesch, N. Arinaminpathy, T. L. Bogich, S. Bonhoeffer, C. Brower, T. Cohen, T. Day, B. Greenhouse, S. Huijben, J. Metlay, N. Mideo, L. C. Pollitt, A. F. Read, D. Smith, N. Wale, B. Grenfell. 2014. The path of least resistance: Aggressive or moderate treatment? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20140566
  • Cressler, C., W. Nelson, T. Day, and E. McCauley. 2014. Starvation reveals within-host parasite energetics in a system characterized by castration and gigantism. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281:20141087
  • Cressler, C., W. Nelson, T. Day, and E. McCauley. 2014. Disentangling the interaction among host resources, the immune system, and pathogens. Ecology Letters 17:284-293
  • Huijben, S., A.S. Bell, D.G. Sim, D. Tomasello, N. Mideo, T. Day, and A.F. Read. 2013. Aggressive chemotherapy and the selection of drug resistant pathogens. PLoS Pathogens 9(9): e1003578 doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1003578 [Reprint]
  • He, D., J. Dushoff, T. Day, J. Ma, and D.J.D. Earn. 2013. Inferring the causes of the three waves of the 1918 influenza pandemic in England and Wales. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20131345 [Reprint]
  • Hurford, A and T. Day. 2013. Immune evasion and the evolution of molecular mimicry in parasites. Evolution 67:2889-2904 [Reprint]
  • Gandon S., M.E. Hochberg, R.D. Holt, and T. Day. 2013. What limits the evolutionary emergence of pathogens? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 368: 20120086 [Reprint]
  • Bonduriansky, R. and T. Day. 2013. Nongenetic inheritance and the evolution of costly female preference. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:76-87 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and S. Gandon. 2012. The evolutionary epidemiology of multi-locus drug resistance. Evolution 66:1582-1597 [Reprint]
  • Bonduriansky, R., A.J. Crean and T. Day. 2012. The implications of nongenetic inheritance for evolution in changing environments. Evolutionary Applications 5:192-201 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2011. Computability, Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem, and an inherent limit on the predictability of evolution. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 9:624-639 [Reprint]
  • Mideo, N., N.J. Savill, W. Chadwick, P. Schneider, A.F. Read, T. Day, and S.E. Reece. 2011. Causes of variation in malaria infection dynamics: insights from theory and data. American Naturalist 178:174-188 [Reprint]
  • Mideo, N., W.A. Nelson, S.E. Reece, A.S. Bell, A.F. Read, and T. Day. Bridging scales in the evolution of infectious disease life histories: application. Evolution 65:3298-3310 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., S. Alizon, and N. Mideo. Bridging scales in the evolution of infectious disease life histories: theory. Evolution 65:3448-3461 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and R. Bonduriansky. A unified approach to the evolutionary consequences of genetic and nongenetic inheritance. American Naturalist 178:E18-E36 [Reprint]
  • Read, A.F., T. Day and S. Huijben. 2011. The evolution of drug resistance and the curious orthodoxy of aggressive chemotherapy. PNAS 108:10871-10877 [Reprint]
  • He, D., J. Dushoff, T. Day, J. Ma, and D.J.D. Earn. 2011. Mechanistic modeling of the three waves of the 1918 influenza pandemic. Theoretical Ecology 4:283-288 [Reprint]
  • Lion, S., V.A.A. Jansen and T. Day. 2011. Evolution in structured populations: beyond the kin/group debate. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26:193-201 [Reprint]
  • Hansen, E. and T. Day. 2011. Optimal antiviral treatment strategies and the effects of resistance. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 278:1082-1089 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A.P., M.T. Kinnison, M. Heino, T. Day, T.B. Smith, G. Fit, C.T. Bergstrom, J. Oakeshot, P.S. Jorgensen, M.P. Zalucki, G. Gilchrist, S. Southerton, A. Sih, S. Strauss, R.F. Denison, and S.P. Carroll. 2011. Evolutionary principles and their practical application. Evolutionary Applications 4:159-183 [Reprint]
  • Hansen, E. and T. Day. 2011. Optimal control of epidemics with limited resources. Journal of Mathematical Biology 62:423-451 [Reprint]
  • Hansen, E., T. Day, J. Arino, J. Wu, and S. Moghadas. 2010. Strategies for use of Oseltamivir and Zanamivir during pandemic outbreaks. Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases and Medical Microbiology 21:e28-e63 [Reprint]
  • Alexander, H.K. and T. Day. 2010. Risk factors for the evolutionary emergence of pathogens. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7:1455-1474 [Reprint]
  • Little, T.J., D.M. Shuker, N. Colgrave, T. Day, and A.L. Graham. 2010. The coevolution of virulence: tolerance in perspective. PLoS Pathogens 6(9): Article Number e1001006 [Reprint]
  • Hurford, A.. D. Cownden, and T. Day. 2010. Next-generation tools for evolutionary invasion analysis. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7:561-571 [Reprint]
  • Bonduriansky, R. and T. Day. 2009. Nongenetic inheritance and its evolutionary implications. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 40:103-125 [Reprint]
  • Gandon, S. and T. Day. 2009. Evolutionary epidemiology and the dyamics of adaptation. Evolution 63:826-838 [Reprint]
  • Pan-InfORM Consortium. 2009. Modelling an influenza pandemic: a guide for the perplexed. Canadian Medical Association Journal 181:171-173 [Reprint]
  • Mideo, N., T. Day., and A.F. Read. 2008. Modeling malaria pathogenesis. Cellular Microbiology 10:1947-1955 [Reprint]
  • Mideo, N., S. Alizon, and T. Day. 2008. Linking within- and between-host disease dynamics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23:511-517 [Reprint]
  • Gandon, S., A. Buckling, E. Decaestecker, and T. Day. 2008. Host-parasite coevolution and patterns of adaptation across time and space. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:1861-1866 [Reprint]
  • Mideo, N., V. Barclay, N. Savill, A.F. Read, and T. Day. 2008. Understanding and predicting strain-specific patterns of pathogenesis in malaria, P. chabaudii. American Naturalist 172:E214-238 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., A. Galvani, C. Struchiner, and A.G. Gumel. 2008. The evolutionary consequences of vaccination. Vaccine 26(S3):C1-C3 [Reprint]
  • 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 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., N. Mideo, and S. Alizon. 2008. Why is HIV not vector-borne? Evolutionary Applications 1:17-27 [Reprint]
  • Gandon, S. and T. Day.2008. Evidence of parasite evolution after vaccination. Vaccine 26(S3):C4-C7 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., L. Nagel, M.J.H. van Oppen and M.J. Caley. 2008. Factors affecting the evolution of bleaching resistance in corals. American Naturalist 171:E72-88 [Reprint]
  • 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 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2007. The efficacy of vaccination for the eradication of rage-virus mediated zombieism. [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and S. Gandon. 2007. Applying population-genetic models in theoretical evolutionary epidemiology. Ecology Letters 10:876-888 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P. D. and T. Day, and G. Wild. 2007. From inclusive fitness to fixation probability in homogeneous finite structured populations. Journal of Theoretical Biology 249:101-110 [Reprint]
  • Williams, P.D. and T. Day. 2008. Epidemiological and evolutionary consequences of targeted vaccination. Molecular Ecology 17:485-499 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P.D., T. Day and G. Wild. 2007. Evolution of cooperation in a finite homogeneous graph. Nature 447:469-472 [Reprint]
  • André, J.B. and T. Day. 2007. Perfect reciprocity is the only evolutionarily stable strategy in the continuous prisoner’s dilemma. Journal of Theoretical Biology 247:11-22 [Reprint]
  • Cameron, E., T. Day, and L. Rowe. 2007. Sperm competition and the evolution of ejaculate composition. American Naturalist 169:E158-172 [Reprint]
  • Gandon, S. and T. Day. 2007. The evolutionary epidemiology of vaccination. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 4:803-817 [Reprint]
  • Wild, G., G. Costain, and T. Day. 2007. An epidemiological context for the consequences of phenotypic plasticity in host-pathogen interactions. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:221-238 [Reprint]
  • Prasad, N.G., S. Bedhomme, T. Day, and A.K. Chippindale. 2007. An evolutionary cost of separate genders revealed by male-limited evolution. American Naturalist 169:29-37 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., J.B. André, and A. Park. 2006. The evolutionary emergence of pandemic influenza. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 273:2945-2953 [Reprint]
  • Williams, P.D., T. Day, Q. Fletcher, and L. Rowe. 2006. The shaping of senescence in the wild. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:458-463 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., D. Houle, and L. Rowe. 2006. Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. Science 312:691 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., A. Park, N. Madras, A. Gumel, and J. Wu. 2006. When is quarantine a useful control strategy for emerging infectious diseases? American Journal of Epidemiology 163:479-485 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P.D., T. Day, D. Nagy, G. Wild, J.B. André and A. Gardner. 2006. The evolutionary consequences of plasticity in host-parasite interactions. Theoretical Population Biology 69:323-331 [Reprint]
  • Rowe, L. and T. Day. 2006. Detecting sexual conflict and sexually antagonistic coevolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B, in press [Reprint]
  • André, J.B. and T. Day. 2005. The effect of disease life history on the evolutionary emergence of novel pathogens. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 272:1949-1956 [Reprint]
  • Williams, P., T. Day and E. Cameron. 2005. The evolution of sperm allocation strategies and the degree of sperm competition. Evolution 59:492-499 [Reprint]
  • Rowe, L., E. Cameron and T. Day. 2005. Escalation, retreat and female indifference as alternative outcomes of sexually antagonistic coevolution. American Naturalist 165:S5-S18 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A.P. and T. Day. Population structure attributable to reproductive time: isolation-by-time and adaptation-by-time. Molecular Ecology 14:901-916 [Reprint]
  • Gumel, A.B., S. Ruan, T. Day, J. Watmough, F. Brauer, P. van den Driessche, D. Gabrielson, C. Bowman, M.E. Alexander, S. Ardal, J. Wu, and B.M. Sahai. 2004. Modeling strategies for controlling SARS outbreaks. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 271:2223-2232 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and R. Bonduriansky. 2004. Intralocus sexual conflict can drive the evolution of genomic imprinting. Genetics 167:1537-1546 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P.D. and T. Day. 2004. Stability in negotiation games and the emergence of cooperation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 271:669-674 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P.D. and T. Day. 2004. News and Views: Cooperate with thy neighbour? Nature 428:611-612 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2004. Perspective: To age or not to age – what is the question? Science of Aging knowledge Environment 10:10 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2004. Predicting quarantine failure rates. Emerging Infectious Diseases 10:487-488 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and S.R. Proulx. 2004. A general theory for the evolutionary dynamics of virulence. American Naturalist 163:E40-E63 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and K. A Young. 2004. Competitive and facilitative evolutionary diversification. BioScience 54:101-109 [Reprint]
  • Lorch, P.D., S. Proulx, L. Rowe, and T. Day. 2003. Sexual selection accelerates adaptation by natural selection when sexual display traits depend on condition. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:867-881 [Reprint]
  • Rowe. L., E. Cameron, and T. Day. 2003. Detecting sexually antagonistic coevolution with population crosses. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 270:2009-2016 [Reprint]
  • Cameron, E., T. Day and L. Rowe. 2003. Sexual conflict and indirect benefits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16:1055-1060 [Reprint]
  • Gandon, S. and T. Day. 2003. Understanding and managing pathogen virulence: a way forward. Trends in Microbiology 11:206-207
  • Day, T. and P.D. Taylor. 2003. Evolutionary dynamics and stability in discrete and continuous games. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:605-613 [Reprint]
  • Bonduriansky, R. and T. Day. 2003. The evolution of static allometry is sexually selected traits. Evolution 57:2450-2458 [Reprint]
  • Williams, P.D. and T. Day. 2003. Antagonistic pleiotropy, mortality source interactions, and the evolutionary theory of senescence. Evolution 57:1478-1488 [Reprint]
  • Choo, K., P.D. Williams and T. Day. 2003. Predation, host mortality, and the evolution of virulence. Ecology Letters 6:310-315 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A.P. and T. Day. 2003. Revisiting the positive correlation between female size and egg size. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:421-429
  • Day, T. 2003. Virulence evolution and the timing of disease life-history events. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:113-118 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and J.G. Burns. 2003. A consideration of patterns of virulence arising from host-parasite co-evolution. Evolution, in press [Reprint]
  • Jesson, L.K., S.C.H. Barrett, and T. Day. 2003. A theoretical evaluation of the evolution and maintenance of enantiostyly. American Naturalist 161:916-930 [Reprint]
  • Proulx, S., T. Day and L. Rowe. 2002. Older males signal more reliably. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269:2291-2299 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2002. On the evolution of virulence and the relationship between various measures of mortality. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 269:1317-1323 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2002. The evolution of virulence in vector-borne and directly-transmitted parasites. Theoretical Population Biology 62:199-213 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2002. Virulence evolution via host exploitation and toxin production in spore-producing pathogens. Ecology Letters 5:471-476 [Reprint]
  • Day, T., P. A. Abrams, and J. Chase. 2002. The role of size-specific predation in the evolution and diversification of prey life histories. Evolution 56:877-887 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and L. Rowe. 2002. Developmental thresholds and the evolution of reaction norms for age and size at life history transitions. American Naturalist 159:338-350 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P.D. and T. Day. 2002. Inclusive fitness. Oxford Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology
  • Day, T. 2001. Population structure inhibits evolutionary diversification under resource competition. Genetica 112/113: 71-86 [Reprint]
  • Proulx, S.R. and T. Day. 2001. What can invasion analyses tell us about evolution under stochasticity? Selection 2:1-16 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2001. Parasite transmission modes and the evolution of virulence. Evolution 55:2389-2400 [Reprint]
  • Williams, P.D. and T. Day. 2001. Interactions between mortality sources and the evolution of parasite virulence. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268:2331-2337 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A., T. Day and E. B. Taylor. 2001. Population mixing and the adaptive divergence of quantitative characters in discrete populations: a theoretical framework for empirical tests. Evolution 55:459-466 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A. P., T. Day, and A. B. Cooper. 2001. Optimal size and number of propagules: allowance for discrete stages, and effects of maternal size on reproductive output and offspring fitness. American Naturalist 157:387-407 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P. D., A. Irwin, and T. Day. 2000. Inclusive fitness models in finite deme-structured, and stepping-stone populations. Selection 1:83-93 [Reprint]
  • Hendry, A. P., S. M. Vamosi, S. J. Latham, J. C. Heilbuth, and T. Day. 2000. Questioning species realities. Conservation Genetics 1:77-80 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 2000. A generalization of Pontryagin's maximum principle for dynamic evolutionary games among relatives. Theoretical Population Biology 57:339-356 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2000. Competition and the effect of spatial resource heterogeneity on evolutionary diversification. American Naturalist 155:790-803 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 2000. Sexual selection and the evolution of costly female preferences: spatial effects. Evolution 54:715-730 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and S. P. Otto. 2000. Fitness. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. MacMillan Publishing.
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1998. Unifying genetic and game theoretic models of kin selection on continuous traits. Journal of Theoretical Biology 194:391-407 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1998. The evolution of temporal patterns of selfishness, altruism and group cohesion. American Naturalist 152:102-113 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1998. Chromosomal drive and the evolution of meiotic nondisjunction and trisomy in humans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 95:2361-2365 [Reprint]
  • Taylor, P. D. and T. Day. 1997. Evolutionary stability under the replicator and the gradient dynamics. Evolutionary Ecology 11:579-590 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and L. W. Aarssen. 1997. A time commitment hypothesis for size-dependent gender allocation. Evolution 51:988-993 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1997. Hamilton's Rule meets the Hamiltonian - kin selection on dynamic characters. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 264:639-644 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1997. Von Bertalanffy's growth equation should not be used to model age and size at maturity. American Naturalist 149:381-393 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. 1997. A generalization of Pontryagin's maximum principle for modeling games between relatives. Canadian Mathematical Society Notes 29(9):14-15 (Abstract)
  • Day, T. and P. D. Taylor. 1996. Evolutionarily stable versus fitness maximizing life histories under frequency-dependent selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 263:333-338 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and J. D. McPhail. 1996. The effect of behavioural and morphological plasticity on foraging efficiency in the threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus sp.). Oecologia 108:380-388 [Reprint]
  • Day, T. and T. Cook. 1996. Nonlinear dynamics and all that. Quarterly Review of Biology 71:257-260 (Book Review)
  • Day, T. and D. Schluter. 1995. The fitness of hybrids. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10:288
  • Day, T., J. Pritchard and D. Schluter. 1994. Ecology and genetics of phenotypic plasticity: a comparison between two sticklebacks. Evolution 48:1723-1734 [Reprint]



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