Dominic's undergraduate studies were in physics and applied mathematics, and during his postgraduate studies he continued in applied mathematics with a focus on mathematical biology. His research was on reviewing and developing extensions to mathematical models of macroparasite transmission across human populations.
Since joining Burnet, Dominic has primarily focused on projects in maternal and child health, nutrition, and COVID-19 modelling using the agent-based model, Covasim.
- 2018: Master of Science (Applied Mathematics), The University of Melbourne
- 2016: Bachelor of Science (Mathematical Physics), The University of Melbourne
Reports + Policy Briefs
Modelling the Victorian roadmap (PUBLIC HEALTH REPORT) Abeysuriya R, Delport D, Sacks-Davis R, Hellard M, Scott N. Know C-19 Burnet Institute. September, 2021.
- Estimating risks associated with early reopening in Victoria. (Policy Brief prepared for the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services) Abeysuriya R, Delport D, Hellard M, Scott N. Know-C19 Hub. September, 2020.