I studied mathematics at Oxford followed by a PhD in biomathematics at Imperial College, London. After a brief spell in the City I joined the Mathematical Biology Group at the National Institute for Medical Research at Mill Hill. I returned to Oxford as a Royal Society University Research Fellow in 1990 and took a secondment to the Institut Pasteur in Paris in 1994. In 1998 I became Head of Mathematical Biology at the BBSRC’s Institute for Animal Health. Returning to Oxford in 2000 I became Professor of Mathematical Biology in 2004. In 2005 I became Director of the Institute for Emerging Infections – a founding Institute of the James Martin 21st Century School. Since 1st October 2008 I have been a Senior Research Fellow at All Souls College. I was elected to the Royal Society in 2009, and was awarded the Royal Society’s Gabor Medal in 2011. I am currently chairing the Lead Expert Group for a Policy Futures Project on Improving Future Disaster Anticipation and Resilience for HM Government’s Foresight Programme.Research ActivitiesContact a speaker booking agent to check availability on Angela McLean and other top speakers and celebrities.