Lewis J Bartlett
PhD candidate. Interests lie in the dynamics of species interactions, including co-evolution and ecological networks. Particularly focussed on behavioural ecology, host-parasite co-evolution & epidemiology, pollination networks, and characterising the processes shaping ecological systems. Firm believer in the need for integrative studies which marry empirical data with computational modelling.
Current research focuses on how spatial structure of honeybee populations affects the evolution of their viruses. Applications both in bee management and conservation as well as core evolutionary theory on pathogen evolution.
Past publication endeavours in ecological community modelling, and quaternary extinctions.