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.
8 May, 2018Calculation of the age of the first infection for skin sores and scabies in five remote communities in northern Australia
15 June, 2017PRISM – MAEMOD workshop in Infectious Disease Modelling, Research and Training 25 -29 September 2017
19 June, 2018APPRISE launches projects to fill critical research gaps for future infectious disease emergencies
12 June, 2018Scholarship available UNSW: Modelling the genomic epidemiology of antimicrobial resistant gonorrhoea