The sixth annual Clinic on Dynamical Approaches to Infectious Disease Data (DAIDD), hosted by the University of Georgia’s Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, will be held December 10-16 in Jacksonville and Yulee, FL.
DAIDD is a week-long modeling clinic that provides an introduction to dynamical models used in the study of infectious disease dynamics. Instruction focuses on the conceptual foundations of modeling and model formulation for infectious disease research.
This clinic targets public health researchers and population biologists interested in studying infectious diseases.
Selection of participants will be on the basis of the applicant’s academic background, the unique perspectives that they will bring to the Clinic, and the degree to which the selection committee expects the applicant will benefit from attending the Clinic. We expect to have up to sixteen places for applicants from US-based institutions and up to eight places for applicants based at African institutions.
For more event details or to apply: http://www.ici3d.org/DAIDD2017/