Infectious Disease Modelling

Mathematical 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.

Program Leader

People

Staff

  • Associate Professor Martyn Kirk

Students

  • Alexandra Hogan (PhD)

  • Angus McLure (PhD)

  • Josephine Davies (Hons)

  • Sughayshinie Samba Sibam (Hons)

Partnerships

  • PRISM, the Centre for Research Excellence in Mathematical Modelling to inform public policy (www.prism.edu.au) led by Professor Jodie McVernon (University of Melbourne)

  • Telethon Kids Institute, WA

    • Dr Hannah Moore

  • Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES)

    • Dr Belinda Barnes

  • Charles Sturt University

    • Dr Marta Hernandez-Jover

  • NSW Department of Primary Industries

    • Professor David Jordan

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