Professor Adam Kleczkowski

Professor Adam Kleczkowski

Total 7 Posts
  • Glasgow, Scotland.
Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde. Research: mathematical biology - applications of mathematics to biology, ecology, epidemiology and - more recently - economics.

Mutating coronavirus: Reaching herd immunity just got harder, but there is still hope.

5 min read
New variants will push the number needed to reach herd immunity up.

Coronavirus: How the pandemic could play out in 2021.

5 min read
As vaccination begins to take effect, what we will be able to do will change – but the transformation will be slow.

COVID-19 vaccines are coming – How will we know they work and are safe?

6 min read
The results of the Pfizer vaccine trial are highly promising. But the road to eradicating the coronavirus is likely to be long and difficult.

Herd immunity: Why the figure is always a bit vague.

5 min read
We’ll achieve herd immunity when 60% of the population is immune to COVID-19. No, wait, make it 70%. Or is it 80%?

Coronavirus: Germany’s new local lockdown is a warning not a disaster.

4 min read
Germany’s resurgent R number is largely down to a localised outbreak. The country’s new local lockdown is a warning not a disaster.

Coronavirus: What a second wave might look like.

5 min read
Epidemiological models and concepts like R can help in establishing where, how, when and for how long, the government needs to intervene to prevent the second wave.

Coronavirus: How to use a vaccine when it becomes available.

4 min read
A vaccine is at least a year away, but we need to start thinking about how we will roll it out now.
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