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.
26 October, 2017Indigenous Australian household structure: a simple data collection tool and implications for close contact transmission of communicable diseases
15 June, 2017PRISM – MAEMOD workshop in Infectious Disease Modelling, Research and Training 25 -29 September 2017
15 June, 2017EPIDEMICS 6 – the 6th International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics 29 November – 1 December 2017 Barcelona
12 December, 2017Position available: Research Associate/ Post-Doctoral Fellow/ Senior Research Fellow – modelling infection and immunity at the University of New South Wales, Kirby Institute
21 November, 2017Position available: Biostatistician Veterinary Biology@Melbourne group University of Melbourne
11 November, 2017Position available: Research Fellow in Mathematical Modelling LSHTM