DAIDD is a week-long modeling clinic that provides an introduction to dynamical models used in the study of infectious disease dynamics. Instruction focuses on the conceptual foundations of modeling and model formulation for infectious disease research.
Check out this webinar hosted by the Society for Medical Decision Making!
Experience this ”hands-on” course, and learn about stochastic network models for infectious disease transmission dynamics, with a focus on empirically based modeling of HIV transmission.
The 2022 University of Washington Summer Institute courses are again offered online this year. Many MIDAS members are instructors.
Join us for a session with CDC representatives to learn more about applying for this fellowship opportunity!
This conference is for undergraduate students or students in a post baccalaureate program from underrepresented groups who have an interest in public health and mathematical modeling of infectious diseases.
Hear some great tips for writing a successful grant proposal! Hosted by the National Institute of Statistical Sciences (NISS).
The winter school will cover themes of viral epidemiology and ecology. Early career scientists are encouraged to apply!
The 10th annual Clinic on Dynamical Approaches to Infectious Disease Data (DAIDD) will be held virtually again this year.
Join us for this MIDAS Webinar featuring research by Dr. Folashade Agusto!