A series of five seminars that explore how COVID-19 exposure risk, the quality of COVID-19-specific medical care, and social determinants of health contribute to disparate trends in COVID-19 infection and mortality seen in the United States.
MIDAS member Dr. Lauren Gardner is listed as a ‘Pioneer’ on TIME Magazine list of 100 most influential people in 2020.
MIDAS member Prof. Alex Vespignani receives 2020 Euler Prize.
The absence or a low level of testing for COVID-19 can cause a significant risk of being misled on the actual nature of outbreak, while a large-scale testing and quick testing turnaround are costly. There-fore, it is essential to understand how human Social Distancing (SD) behavior could aid in limiting […]
The severity, complexity and the global reach of COVID-19 present unprecedented challenges to public health practitioners. As the pandemic continues and the world grapples with the spread of SARS-COV-2 and the catastrophic health and economic impacts of COVID-19, it has become apparent that a “silver bullet” solution is unrealistic. Human […]
Recommended reporting items for epidemic forecasting and prediction research: the EPIFORGE 2020 guidelines.
The COVID-19 Dynamics & Evolution series is a new initiative to bring together researchers working at the forefront of the scientific response to the pandemic.
Drs Caitlin Rivers and Alison Galvani were profiled in articles featured in Science and Lancet Infectious Diseases magazines!
Join us for our next webinar, featuring research by MIDAS members on COVID-19 and school reopening.
2020 Annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene – online this year!