Alexander Zarebski

Oxford Martin School Research Fellow

Department of Zoology

University of Oxford

Peter Medawar Building

South Parks Road

Oxford, OX1 3SY, UK

My research attempts to improve understanding of the transmission of pathogens with aim of improving decisions regarding intervention. Primarily I do this with a combination of mechanistic and statistical models.

Moss R, Zarebski AE, Dawson P, Franklin LJ, Birrell FA, McCaw JM (2019) Anatomy of a seasonal influenza epidemic forecast. Communicable Diseases Intelligence 43:

Moss R, Zarebski AE, Carlson SJ, McCaw JM (2019) Accounting for healthcare-seeking behaviours and testing practices in real-time influenza forecasts. Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease 4:12

Farrukee R, Zarebski AE, McCaw JM, Bloom JD, Reading PC, Hurt AC (2018) Characterization of influenza B virus variants with reduced neuraminidase inhibitor susceptibility. Antimicrobial Agents & Chemotherapy 62:e01081-18

Zarebski AE, Dawson P, McCaw JM, Moss R (2017) Model selection for seasonal influenza forecasting. Infectious Disease Modelling 2:56-70

Moss R, Zarebski A, Dawson P, McCaw JM (2017) Retrospective forecasting of the 2010–2014 Melbourne influenza seasons using multiple surveillance systems. Epidemiology & Infection 145:156-169

Moss R, Zarebski A, Dawson P, McCaw JM (2016) Forecasting influenza outbreak dynamics in Melbourne from Internet search query surveillance data. Influenza & Other Respiratory Viruses 10:314-323

Research Interests