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SHAW, L., 2021. Being good at maths might help you become great at sports – Emma Raducanu showed us why. The Conversation.

SHAW, L., 2019. Rugby World Cup: teams could progress by deliberately conceding points. The Conversation.

SHAW, L., 2019. The good, the bad and the sheep. In: CETL-MSOR Conference 2019: Bringing Together Mathematics Communities, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland, 5-6 September 2019.

LEAROYD, A.E., WOODHOUSE, L., SHAW, L., SPRIGG, N., BERECZKI, D., BERGE, E., CASO, V., CHRISTENSEN, H., COLLINS, R., CZLONKOWSKA, A., EL ETRIBI, A., FARR, T.D., GOMMANS, J., LASKA, A.-C., NTAIOS, G., OZTURK, S., POCOCK, S.J., PRASAD, K., WARDLAW, J.M., FONE, K.C., BATH, P.M. and TRUEMAN, R.C., 2017. Infections up to 76 days after stroke increase disability and death. Translational Stroke Research, 8 (6), pp. 541-548. ISSN 1868-4483

BOEHM-STURM, P., FÜCHTEMEIER, M., FODDIS, M., MUELLER, S., TRUEMAN, R.C., ZILLE, M., RINNENTHAL, J.L., KYPRAIOS, T., SHAW, L., DIRNAGL, U. and FARR, T.D., 2017. Neuroimaging biomarkers predict brain structural connectivity change in a mouse model of vascular cognitive impairment. Stroke: a Journal of Cerebral Circulation, 48 (2), pp. 468-475. ISSN 0039-2499

SHAW, L., 2016. SIR epidemics in a population of households. PhD, University of Nottingham.

BALL, F. and SHAW, L., 2016. Inference for emerging epidemics among a community of households. In: I.M. DEL PUERTO, M. GONZÁLEZ, C. GUTIÉRREZ, R. MARTÍNEZ, C. MINUESA, M. MOLINA, M. MOTA and A. RAMOS, eds., Branching processes and their applications. Lecture notes in statistics, 219 . Cham, Switzerland: Springer International, pp. 269-284. ISBN 9783319316390

BALL, F. and SHAW, L., 2015. Estimating the within-household infection rate in emerging SIR epidemics among a community of households. Journal of Mathematical Biology, 71 (6-7), pp. 1705-1735. ISSN 0303-6812

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