The 2021 University of Washington Summer Institute courses are again offered online this year. Many MIDAS members are instructors.
Announcing the Round 2 Supplemental award recipients for the MIDAS COVID-19 Urgent Grant Program!
Physical distancing measures, including school closures, have been enacted globally to reduce close contacts between infectious and susceptible individuals and mitigate the transmission of the Severe Acute Respiratory Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The San Francisco Bay Area (California) was the first region in the United States to adopt physical distancing measures […]
As of Oct. 2020, there are more than 8,000 peer-reviewed and published transmission models on the current COVID-19 epidemic, based on recent search result in the NIH NCBI LitCovid online database. The predominant modeling approach is to construct a compartmental SEIR-type model, fit the published case series to the model, […]
This fall, SARS-CoV-2 hospitalizations in the United States have been growing rapidly, and in Colorado, where our team has been modeling the course of SARS-CoV-2 for state policy-makers, hospitalizations have now greatly exceeded the “first wave” of hospitalizations in the state. It is unclear to what extent this growth is […]
Several MIDAS members are presenting at this symposium hosted by the Emory Theory and Modeling of Living Systems (TMLS) initiative!