DEVELOPING MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF INFECTION AND TRANSMISSION TO LINK BIOLOGY, EPIDEMIOLOGY AND PUBLIC HEALTH POLICY

Grant number: FT110100250 | Funding period: 2012 - 2016

Completed

Abstract

Infectious diseases constitute a significant burden on the health of the population. Understanding how best to control them requires a multi-faceted approach, combining data from biology, medicine and population health with mathematical and computational models of disease transmission. This project will investigate the "flu" and other diseases.

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