2022

Lion S. & Gandon S. (2022) Evolution of class-structured populations in fluctuating environments. Evolution. [pdf] [doi] [som]

Sasaki A., Lion S. & Boots M. (2022) Antigenic escape selects for the evolution of higher pathogen transmission and virulence. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 6: 51-62. [doi]

2021

Walter A. & Lion S. (2021) Epidemiological and evolutionary consequences of periodicity in treatment coverage. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 288: 20203007. [pdf] [som]

2018

Lion S. & Metz J. A. J. (2018) Beyond R0 maximisation: on pathogen evolution and environmental dimensions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 33: 75-90. [pdf] [doi]

Parsons T. L., Lambert A., Day T. & Gandon S. (2018) Pathogen evolution in finite populations: slow and steady spreads the best. Journal of The Royal Society Interface. 15(147): 135. [doi]

2016

Gandon S., Day T., Metcalf C. J. E. & Grenfell B. (2016) Forecasting epidemiological and evolutionary dynamics of infectious diseases. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31: 776-788. [pdf] [doi]

Lion S. & Gandon S. (2016) Spatial evolutionary epidemiology of spreading epidemics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 283: 20161170. [pdf] [doi] [som]

2015

Abbate J. L., Kada S. & Lion S. (2015) Beyond mortality: Sterility as a neglected component of parasite virulence. PLoS Pathogens. 11(12): e1005229. [pdf] [doi]

Griette Q., Raoul G. & Gandon S. (2015) Virulence evolution at the front line of spreading epidemics. Evolution. 69(11): 2810-2819. [pdf] [doi]

Kada S. & Lion S. (2015) Superinfection and the coevolution of parasite virulence and host recovery. Journal of evolutionary Biology. 28(12): 2285-2299. [pdf] [doi]

Zurita-Gutiérrez Y. H. & Lion S. (2015) Spatial structure, host heterogeneity and parasite virulence: implications for vaccine-driven evolution. Ecology Letters. 18(8): 779-789. [pdf] [doi] [som]

2014

Alizon S., Lion S., Murall C. L. & Abbate J. L. (2014) Quantifying the epidemic spread of Ebola virus (EBOV) in Sierra Leone using phylodynamics. Virulence. 5: 825-827. [pdf] [doi]

2013

Berngruber T. W., Froissart R., Choisy M. & Gandon S. (2013) Evolution of virulence in emerging epidemics. PLoS Pathogens. 9: e1003209. [pdf] [doi]

Lion S. (2013) Multiple infections, kin selection and the evolutionary epidemiology of parasite traits. Journal of evolutionary biology. 26(10): 2107-2122. [pdf] [doi] [som]

2011

Alizon S. & Lion S. (2011) Within-host parasite cooperation and the evolution of virulence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 278(1725): 3738-3747. [pdf] [doi] [som]

Lion S., Jansen V. A. A. & Day T. (2011) Evolution in structured populations: beyond the kin/group debate. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 26(4): 193-201. [pdf] [doi] [som]

Vale P. F., Wilson A. J., Best A., Boots M. & Little T. (2011) Epidemiological, evolutionary, and coevolutionary implications of context-dependent parasitIsm. The American Naturalist. 177: 510:521. [pdf]

2010

Lion S. & Boots M. (2010) Are parasites "prudent" in space? Ecology Letters. 13(10): 1245-55. [pdf] [doi] [som]

Martin G. & Gandon S. (2010) Lethal mutagenesis and evolutionary epidemiology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 365: 1953-1963. [pdf] [som]

2009

Débarre F., Lenormand T. & Gandon S. (2009) Evolutionary epidemiology of drug-resistance in space. PLoS Computational Biology. 5: e1000337. Journal du CNRS [pdf]

Gandon S. & Nuismer S. (2009) Interactions between drift, gene flow, and selection mosaics drive parasite local adaptation. The American Naturalist. 173: 212-224. [pdf]

2008

Débarre F. & Gandon S. (2008) Epidémiologie évolutive des maladies infectieuses. In: Introduction à l'Epidémiologie Intégrative des Maladies Infectieuses et Parasitaires. (Guégan, J.-F.; Choisy, M., eds.) De Boeck Université, Collection Masters, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique, p. 347-374.

Gandon S. & Day T. (2008) Evidences of parasite evolution after vaccination. Vaccine. 26: C4-C7. [pdf]

Gandon S., Buckling A., Decaestecker E. & Day T. (2008) Host-parasite coevolution and patterns of adaptation across time and space. Journal of evolutionary Biology. 21: 1861-1866. [pdf]

Lion S. & van Baalen M. (2008) Self-structuring in spatial evolutionary ecology. Ecology Letters. 11(3): 277-295. [pdf] [doi]

Mackinnon M. J., Gandon S. & Read A. (2008) Virulence evolution in response to vaccination: the case of malaria. Vaccine. 26: C42-C52. [pdf]

2007

Day T. & Gandon S. (2007) Applying population-genetic models in theoretical evolutionary epidemiology. Ecology Letters. 10: 876-888. [pdf]

Gandon S. & Day T. (2007) The evolutionary epidemiology of vaccination. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 4: 803-817. [pdf]

2006

André J. B. & Gandon S. (2006) Vaccination, within-host dynamics and virulence evolution. Evolution. 60: 13-23. [pdf]

Day T. & Gandon S. (2006) Insights from Price’s equation into evolutionary epidemiology. In: Disease evolution: models, concepts and data analyses. (Feng, Z. Dieckmann U.; Levin, S., eds.) American Mathematical Society, p. 23-43. [pdf]

Lion S., van Baalen M. & Wilson W. G. (2006) The evolution of parasite manipulation of host dispersal. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 273: 1063-1071. [pdf] [doi]

2005

Ferguson H., Gandon S., Mackinnon M. J. & Read A. F. (2005) Malaria parasite virulence in mosquitoes. In: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes for Malaria Control. (Boete, C., ed.) Landes Bioscience

2004

Gandon S. (2004) Evolution of multihost parasites. Evolution. 58: 455-469. [pdf]

Read A. F., Gandon S., Nee S. & Mackinnon M. J. (2004) The evolution of pathogen virulence in response to animal and public health interventions. In: Evolutionary Aspects of Infectious Diseases. (Dronamraj, K., ed.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, p. 265-292.

2003

Gandon S. & Day T. (2003) A reply to Ebert & Bull (2003): Understanding and managing pathogen evolution: a way forward. Trends in Microbiology. 11: 206-207.

Gandon S., Mackinnon M. J., Nee S. & Read A. F. (2003) Imperfect vaccination: some epidemiological and evolutionary consequences. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 270: 1129-1136. [pdf]

2002

Gandon S. (2002) Local adaptation and the geometry of host-parasite coevolution. Ecology Letters. 5: 246-256. [pdf]

Gandon S., Mackinnon M. J., Nee S. & Read A. F. (2002) Antitoxin vaccines and pathogen virulence - reply. Nature. 417: 610. [pdf]

Gandon S., Agnew P. & and Michalakis Y. (2002) Coevolution between parasite virulence and host life-history traits. The American Naturalist. 160: 374-388. [pdf]

Gandon S., van Baalen M. & Jansen V. A. A. (2002) The evolution of parasite virulence, superinfection, and host resistance. The American Naturalist. 159: 658-669. [pdf]

Gandon S. & Michalakis Y. (2002) Local adaptation, evolutionary potential and host-parasite coevolution: interactions between migration, mutation, population size and generation time. Journal of evolutionary Biology. 15: 451-462. [pdf]

Gandon S. & Michalakis Y. (2002) Multiple infection and its consequences for virulence management. In: Virulence management: the adaptive dynamics of pathogen-host interactions. (Dieckmann, U.; Metz, J. A. J.; Sabelis, M. W.; Sigmund, K., eds.) Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK

2001

Gandon S., Mackinnon M. J., Nee S. & Read A. F. (2001) Imperfect vaccines and the evolution of pathogen virulence. Nature. 414: 751-756. [pdf]

Gandon S., Jansen V. A. A. & van Baalen M. (2001) Host life history and the evolution of parasite virulence. Evolution. 55: 1056-1062. [pdf]

2000

Gandon S. & Michalakis Y. (2000) Evolution of parasite virulence against qualitative or quantitative form of resistance. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 267: 985-990. [pdf]

1998

Gandon S. & Van Zandt P. A. (1998) Local adaptation and host-parasite interactions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 13: 214-216. [pdf]

1996

Gandon S., Capowiez Y., Dubois Y., Michalakis Y. & Olivieri I. (1996) Local adaptation and gene-for-gene coevolution in a metapopulation model. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 263: 1003-1009. [pdf]

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