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MIDAS Network Reaches Over 300 Members!

Since the beginning of 2020, our network has grown from 230 members to over 300 members from over 16 different countries, including people from undergraduate students to professors to industry professionals.

Job Opportunities

Hurry to apply for an exciting post-doc position at SACEMA, fellowship in Outbreak Science, or lecturer position at the University of Edinburgh! SACEMA Postdoctoral Fellowship

New Funding Opportunities

Below are current funding opportunities related to infectious disease modeling: NSF – Algorithms for Threat Detection NSF 20-531Full Proposal Deadline Date: March 18, 2020 The

Job Opportunities

Click here to see current job opportunities related to the MIDAS mission.

New RFA Funding Opportunity Available Through NIAID

This Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) solicits applications to establish Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB) Interdisciplinary Research Units (CARBIRUs) focused on improving our understanding of bacterial and host factors important for antibacterial resistance and infection to inform development of new approaches to prevent, diagnose, and treat antibacterial-resistant infections.

Over 60 new MIDAS members!

Since early December 2019, 61 new MIDAS members joined, 26 faculty, 30 students, and 5 postdocs from the US and other countries.

Brent Allman receives the Kharen Fulton Award

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.

Emerging Leaders in Data Science Fellowship

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.

New MIDAS Website Launched!

The new MIDAS website replaces an outdated previous version and includes a wide range of information about the people and projects involved in MIDAS.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.