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 July, 2017The Mechanisms for Within-Host Influenza Virus Control Affect Model-Based Assessment and Prediction of Antiviral Treatment
18 July, 2017A mechanistic model quantifies artemisinin-induced parasite growth retardation in blood-stage Plasmodium falciparum infection
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
26 September, 2017Position available: Project Officer development Mathematical Models The Kirby Institute UNSW
16 August, 2017Position available University of Melbourne: RESEARCH FELLOW – EPIDEMIC DECISION SUPPORT