I am a mathematical biologist. The majority of my work concerns the epidemiology of infectious diseases, with a particular recent interest in mosquito-borne infections.

Working in the Department of Mathematics at North Carolina State University, where I am Drexel Professor of Mathematics, I also direct the Biomathematics Graduate Program and the Research Training Group in Mathematical Biology.

I studied mathematics at Trinity College, Cambridge, before moving to the Department of Zoology in Oxford to do a Ph.D. with Robert May, which I completed in 1996. The following three years in Oxford saw me doing my first postdoc, on a Medical Research Council Non-Clinical Fellowship, and a lectureship at St. Hilda’s College. In 1999 I moved to the US, for a four year stint as a Long-Term Member in the Institute for Advanced Study‘s Program in Theoretical Biology. I moved to my NC State faculty position in 2003.

Contact Information:
Email: alun_lloyd@ncsu.edu
Phone: 919 515-1910
Office: 308 Cox Hall, North Carolina State University
Mail: Campus Box 8213, 308 Cox Hall, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC 27695-8213