Ellsworth Marvin Campbell, III MS
Ellsworth Campbell, Marcel Salathé. Complex social contagion makes networks more vulnerable to disease outbreaks.
Ellsworth Campbell, Lin Chao. A population model evaluating the consequences of the evolution of double-resistance and tradeoffs on the benefits of two-drug antibiotic treatments.
[PLoS Computational Biology...Under Review...11/12/12]
- How do social contagions (hand washing, vaccine fear, social distancing, etc) impact the epidemiology of infectious disease?
- How do socially contagious risk factors (obesity, smoking, drug use, etc) impact the epidemiology of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and depression?
- Can we more accurately predict the scope and trajectory of infectious epidemics using the internet and various forms of social media?
Evolution of antimicrobial resistance:
- Can multi-drug therapy be used to exploit resistance-induced tradeoffs in order to unify the goals of patient treatment and resistance management?