The MIDAS Network Coordination Center has launched a Flickr account!
Since early December 2019, 61 new MIDAS members joined, 26 faculty, 30 students, and 5 postdocs from the US and other countries.
Brent Allman, a fourth-year student at Emory University in the Population Biology, Ecology and Evolution doctoral program, has been named the Laney Graduate School’s 2019-20 Kharen Fulton Diversity Awardee.
NIAID has established the Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship Program to develop a cadre of talented data scientists who have a strong interest in applying their bioinformatics and data science expertise to advance research on infectious and immune-mediated diseases. Application deadline is February 8, 2020.
On behalf of the non-profit Outbreak Science, Mike Johansson enlists help to improve the way epidemiological data are shared during outbreaks.
The 16th MIDAS Annual Network Meeting will take place on April 15-17, 2020, in the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Downtown Seattle. The theme will be “Envisioning the future of infectious disease modeling”.
The new MIDAS website replaces an outdated previous version and includes a wide range of information about the people and projects involved in MIDAS. The website improves the visibility of MIDAS and enables new members to join.