MISMS staff use social network data to study the epidemiology of the COVID-19 outbreak in China in a study published this week in Lancet Digital Health.
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DIEPS staff collaborate globally to help researchers conduct phylogenetic analysis, time-series analysis, and/or mathematical modeling and publish co-authored studies in peer-reviewed journals. To begin a discussion about how DIEPS might be able to provide assistance in an analysis, please provide detailed information about the proposed project in the fields below. Please note that DIEPS has […]
MISMS researchers show that birth year-specific differences in childhood immune imprinting explain why adults tend to be infected with H3N2 seasonal viruses while H1N1 mainly infects children in a study published in PLoS Pathogens: ‘Childhood immune imprinting to influenza A shapes birth year-specific risk during seasonal H1N1 and H3N2 epidemics‘.
Training Workshop for the Implementation of MinION Sequencing for Influenza Viruses February 6-8, 2020 Irotama Resort Santa Marta, Colombia Workshop Objective This three-day workshop, held February 6-8th, 2020 in Santa Marta, Colombia, introduced new technologies and advanced informatics approaches that can be used for infectious disease genomic characterization in resource-limited settings. Using the portable, low-cost […]
POSTPONED New date TBD FIC MISMS workshop Influenza epidemiology, digital surveillance and evolutionary dynamics March 12-13, 2020 ANISE meeting, Livingstone, Zambia Link for Registration This training workshop is held in conjunction with the March 2020 meeting of the ANISE network in Zambia and follows scientific research sessions and training modules led by the GISAID and […]
The Division of International Epidemiology and Population Studies (DIEPS) has a long-standing tradition of hosting visiting international and US researchers for training in methods of analyzing infectious disease data and long-term collaboration and publication. Some of our past visitors are listed below: Cheryl Cohen Alice Fusaro Magnus Gottfredsson Jong-Won Kang Aba Mahamat Anthony Newall Baltazar […]
Post-doctoral fellowships · Infectious Disease Fogarty International Center · Bethesda, MD The Fogarty International Center (FIC), at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, is seeking post-doctoral fellows to study the epidemiology and evolutionary dynamics of human pathogens on a global scale. The position is within the Division of International Epidemiology and Population Studies (DIEPS), […]
MISMS researchers characterized the high levels of genetic diversity of influenza viruses circulating in swine in Mexico, working closely with veterinarians in Mexico and with funding from a major animal vaccine manufacturer. The study is available online at Emerging Infectious Diseases and will be published in print next month. The study was a collaboration between the NIH, USDA, […]