Gavin G. Rutledge | PhD Student

Rutledge, Gavin G.

I am interested in applying computational and mathematical tools to the study of malaria, particularly in the areas of host-parasite interactions, population genetics, and epidemiology.


  • Genomic Characterization of Recrudescent Plasmodium malariae after Treatment with Artemether/Lumefantrine.

    Rutledge GG, Marr I, Huang GKL, Auburn S, Marfurt J et al.

    Emerging infectious diseases 2017;23;8

  • Plasmodium malariae and P. ovale genomes provide insights into malaria parasite evolution.

    Rutledge GG, Böhme U, Sanders M, Reid AJ, Cotton JA et al.

    Nature 2017;542;7639;101-104

  • Finding the needle in the haystack.

    Rutledge GG and Ariani CV

    Nature reviews. Microbiology 2017;15;3;136

  • Last parasite standing.

    Rutledge GG and Otto TD

    Nature reviews. Microbiology 2016;15;1;4

  • Whole genome sequencing of Plasmodium falciparum from dried blood spots using selective whole genome amplification.

    Oyola SO, Ariani CV, Hamilton WL, Kekre M, Amenga-Etego LN et al.

    Malaria journal 2016;15;1;597

Rutledge, Gavin G.
Gavin's Timeline

Began PhD at the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute


MSc. Quantitative Biology, Imperial College London

MA. English: 1850-Present, King's College London


BSc.(Hons.) Biology and English, University of Keele