Readership: Specialists and students in infectious disease control, medical sciences, epidemiology, demography, public health, geography, and medical history.
Andrew Cliff, Emeritus Professor of Theoretical Geography, University of Cambridge, UK, and Matthew Smallman-Raynor, Professor of Geography, University of Nottingham, UK
Cliff, Professor Andrew David, European Academy 2002; FBA 1996; Professor of Theoretical Geography, University of Cambridge, since 1997; Pro-Vice-Chancellor 2004-2010; Fellow, Christ's College, Cambridge, since 1974. Educ: King's Coll. London (BA 1964); Northwestern Univ. (MA 1966); Univ. of Bristol (PhD 1969; DSc 1982); MA Cantab. 1973. FSS 1968. Teaching Asst in Geog., Northwestern Univ., 1964-66; University of Bristol: Res. Associate in Geog., 1968-69; Lectr 1969-72; Lectr in Geog., Univ. of Cambridge, 1973-91;
Reader in Theoretical Geog., Univ. of Cambridge, 1991-97.
Smallman-Raynor, Professor Matthew Richard, Professor of Geography, University of Nottingham, since 2004. Educ: Cambridge University, BA (1988), MA Cantab. (1991), PhD (1991). Res. Associate in Geog., Univ. of Cambridge, 1991-94; Lectr in Geog., Univ. of Exeter, 1994-96; Univ. of Nottingham: Res. Fellow, 1996-98; Lectr in Geog., 1998-2001; Reader in Geog., 2001-4.
1: Containing the Spread of Epidemics
2: The Surveillance of Communicable Diseases
3: Quarantine: Spatial Strategies
4: Vaccination: Interrupting Spatial Disease Transmission
6: Intervention: Modelling, Demographic Impact and the Public Health