Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases
The Centre for the Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases is a multidisciplinary grouping of epidemiologists, mathematicians, economists, statisticians and clinicians from across the School. Centre events support efforts to serve as an international centre for research and teaching of models for infectious disease dynamics to improve public health worldwide.
Events in this series
Scaling up use of human and dog vaccines to prevent rabies deaths
Democratising data science for infectious disease surveillance
Understanding the role of targeted interventions in high risk communities such as fishing communities in Uganda
Disentangling the mode of transmission and impact of the environment when modelling zoonotic diseases
Deciphering the temporal drivers of the incidence of diseases caused by human enteroviruses
Use of modelling for dengue outbreak predictions and public health interventions
What does it take to control HIV? Insights from mathematical modelling and pathogen genomics
Bayesian hierarchical modeCls for correcting disease counts
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