This workshop will focus on the particular challenges for epidemiologic modelling of neglected tropical diseases and emerging infections, and highlight emerging and mixed methods that promise new insights and solutions. Sessions will include a mixture of presentations from invited international experts, and others selected from abstract.
This workshop will appeal particularly to those with an interest in infectious disease modelling and those who work with infectious disease modellers in identifying solutions to public health challenges.
** Abstract submission for this workshop is now open **
Click here for more information on the abstract submission process. Applicants should submit their abstracts by 16 July 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Thursday 22 & Friday 23 September 2016
Time: Thursday: Half day from 12.30pm & Friday: Full day
Venue: Customs House, 399 Queen St, Brisbane QLD 4001
Fee: 300.00 AUD
Workshop Organisers: Jodie McVernon (University of Melbourne), Archie Clements (Australian National University),Joshua Ross (University of Adelaide), James McCaw (University of Melbourne), James Wood (University of New South Wales), Emma McBryde (James Cook University), Kathryn Glass (Australian National University), Nicholas Geard(University of Melbourne).
Inclusions: Workshop participation certificate, Workshop materials, all day catering and post-workshop networking event.