Infectious diseases pose a local and global challenge, with substantial human and economic costs.
Simulations and models are used to provide insights into infectious disease trends, quantify likely benefits of public health interventions, and support risk assessment for emerging infectious diseases. PRISM² will extend existing national modelling capacity and cross-sectoral partnerships to inform infectious disease preparedness, control and response in Australia and our region.
2 December, 2016On the role of CD8+ T cells in determining recovery time from influenza virus infection
13 November, 2016Influence of Population Demography and Immunization History on the Impact of an Antenatal Pertussis Program
10 March, 2016The International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria and follow-up PRISM workshop
10 March, 20162016 Australasian Tropical Health Conference in Brisbane
4 September, 2015Understanding Infectious Disease Modelling Workshop
17 January, 2017Postdoctoral Position available at the Department of Biotech and Biomolecular Science at the University of New South Wales
23 December, 2016Post-doctoral position available at the MRC centre for outbreak analysis and modelling at the department of infectious disease epidemiology (Imperial College London)