While at AIMS, Joshua’s master’s essay was entitled “Integrating behavioural dynamics into the model of Ebola transmission and control”. His study’s goal was to understand how human behaviour affects disease transmission and control. In order to examine the phenomenon, a mathematical model of the Ebola virus included incorporated an imitation dynamic model (based on the idea of Game theory).
Joshua spent five years working in the industry after AIMS, before leaving his position as Head of Operation and Strategy. Currently, he is a PhD student at the Warwick Medical School’s Institute for Global and Pandemic Planning in England.