We're hiring a Mathematical Modeling Curriculum and Research Fellow! Seeking significant teaching/mentoring exp. for an Africa-based modeling course. w/@BHedtGauthier, Prof. Caroline Buckee #EPITwitter
Mathematical Modeling Curriculum and Research Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics
The Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health invites creative and motivated researchers to apply for ...
[Thread] We have updated our preprint on SARS-CoV-2 reinfection trends in South Africa to include data through late November. @hivepi @jd_mathbio @carivs @Dr_Groome @nicd_sa #SACEMA
New preprint on SARS-CoV-2 reinfection trends in South Africa. We find no evidence of increased reinfection risk associated with circulation of Beta and Delta variants, suggesting limited or no immune escape #SACEMA @nicd_sa @hivepi
The @MIDAS_Network and @CCDD_HSPH are co-hosting the 10th Annual Conference to Increase Diversity in Mathematical Modeling and Public Health, to be held virtually from January 21-23, 2022.
Check out our poster at the #EPIDEMICS8 conference later today: [P6.28] The Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study (MIDAS) Coordinating Center: 2021 Update.
@sciencejess_ gives the latest updates on the MIDAS Network!
Looking forward to the discussion tomorrow at the @INDOUSSTF roundtable on pandemic prevention using data science and AI @GTCSE @mlatgt https://twitter.com/INDOUSSTF/status/1465932018827489280
The @INDOUSSTF #USIAI roundtable on Predictive Modelling & Pathogen Surveillance to be held on Dec 2, 2021 will bring together 6 leading experts in #healthcare: @badityap @ajitesh47 @AnuragAgrawalMD @GKangInd @agrawalmanindra and @syramadad. Visit https://usiai.iusstf.org/
Following up here with speculative estimates of the rate of spread of Omicron and a stab at how to apportion this rapid rate of spread between intrinsic transmissibility and immune escape. 1/18
Come say hi and check out our poster at #EPIDEMICS8 poster session 2 happening right now! #epitwitter #IDtwitter
What is the role of #Antiviral for #COVID19 ? Check our poster at #EPIDEMICS8
[P2.57] Antiviral use against the COVID-19 pandemic, a modeling study
with @fredhutch @ElizabethRBrow2
Interested in public health/STEM? Curious about how COVID-19 projections mentioned in the news or on science twitter are made? From a group underrepresented in bioscience? Then apply to the 10th Annual Conference to Increase Diversity in Mathematical Modeling and Public Health!
What's in a model? No, really - what goes in to a model is very important. We explore how the guts of a model impacts how its used, its usefulness, and 🚨what assumptions mean for input and output🚨. With all the cool people at @viralemergence
The science of the hostâvirus network
Nature Microbiology - A network science framework for understanding and predicting human and animal susceptibility to viral infections is proposed.
Excited to share my conversation with @shanoorseervai of #TheDosePodcast. @EricSchneiderMD and I discuss our research showing how effective #COVID19 vaccines are at saving lives, and how to prepare for the next pandemic.
Find the episode here:
COVID Vaccines Save Lives, But We’re Chasing a Moving Target
On The Dose podcast, Alison Galvani and Eric Schneider use data to show COVID-19 vaccines have saved lives and are the most effective way out of the p...
Happy #FeatureFriday! This week we are featuring Achla Marathe. Achla is a member of the Network Systems Science and Advanced Computing division. Learn more about Achla here: https://biocomplexity.virginia.edu/person/achla-marathe
New work led by @LeahKatzelnick characterizing antigenic evolution of dengue viruses over 20 years in Thailand We found that dengue viruses became more antigenically distant from each other over time. 1/2
Antigenic evolution of dengue viruses over 20 years
For Dengue viruses, both individual antibody level and antigenic differences between specific infecting strains may be important for future disease ri...
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