SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES
|August 11, 2020|
The summer school school will include lectures on mathematical
epidemiology, and one of the most important aspects will be projects
for groups of 46 students, mixing scientific backgrounds and
levels of experience, and focusing on real-world problems around
which students develop and analyze models. It will also incorporate
several lectures on public-health topics with focus on those relevant
to other events of MPE2013 such as global spread, Indigenous populations
health, vector-borne diseases and integration of surveillance, statistical
data analysis and dynamical modelling and simulations.
Accomodation at York UniversityStudents will be accommodated at York's student residences during their stay and more information will follow. Students can also choose to stay at the Executive Learning Centre, see http://elc.schulich.yorku.ca/SSB-Extra/elc.nsf/docs/Guests.
The School is designed for students coming from mixed backgrounds.
We anticipate graduate students in epidemiology and public health,
medical residents and graduate students in interdisciplinary sciences
programs, in addition to graduate students in computational, mathematical
and statistical sciences.
May 19, 2013
Professor of Medical Informatics, University of Sao Paulo
The Analytic Philosophy of Mathematical Epidemiology
3:30 4:30 pm, Room 0006
TEL Building, York University
May 23, 2013
Chief Science Officer, RVIM and Professor, Julius Centre for Health Sciences and Primary Care, University Medical Centre Utrecht
Modelling STI and HIV transmission using pair formation models
9:00 10:00 am, Room BA 1190 Bahen Centre (map to Bahen)
The Fields Institute (222 College St., Toronto)
May 26, 2013
Regents Professor and Joaquin Bustoz Jr. Professor, Arizona State University
Public Security Infectious Diseases and Public Health: Challenges in Emergent and Re-Emergent Diseases
10:00 11:30 am, Room 0006 TEL Building
Fees: Faculty/Researcher: $600, Students $100.
1. coordinated sequences of lectures to cover the basic concepts and techniques in disease modelling;
2. public lectures for detailed case studies of specific diseases and public health issues. These lectures are indeed for the general public, specially for those not necessarily specialized in the field, so students of the summer school can learn how to communicate mathematical results effectively with the public;
3. pre-assigned student group projects, identified in advance with partner organizations;
4. student presentations.
Tentative Schedule (check with www.cdm.yorku.ca for updated information)
May 19: Introduction to the school; Basic epidemiology; Basic deterministic SIR and SIS models; Simple case study.
Reception, plus each student gives a short presentation of their research work and interests.
May 20: Stochastic models; Calculation of the basic reproduction number. Presentation of projects, Tour of labs and software.
May 21: Metapopulation models; Network models.
Form groups and discuss projects.
May 22: Parameter estimation; Statistics and public health data.
May 23: Public lectures; Structured population models for infectious diseases.
Tour of the Fields Institute.
May 24: Case study: agent-based simulation and influenza;
Case-study: disease spread and global travel.
Group project preliminary presentation, group discussions.
May 25: Cost-effectiveness analysis;
May 26: Case-study: Vector-borne disease modeling;
Introduction to in-host modeling;
May 27: Group presentations.
|Adebayo, Olasehinde||Federal University of Technology Akure|
|Almocera, Alexis Erich||University of the Philippines|
|Althubyani, Mohammed||College of Physical and Engineering Science, University of Guelph|
|Arruda, Andreia||University of Guelph|
|Asaduzzaman, S M||University of Victoria|
|Atique, Suleman||COMSATS Institute of Information Technology,Islamabad|
|Balendran, Prathayana||York University|
|Champredon, David||McMaster University|
|Chen, Longbin||York University|
|Cheuk, Eve||National Collaborating Centre for Infectious Diseases|
|Clamer, Valentina||University of Trento|
|de Graaf, Willem Frederik||Utrecht University|
|DePiero, Regene||University of Wyoming|
|Donato, Lorrianne||York University|
|Dorratoltaj, Narges||Virginia Tech|
|Dutta, Tripti||York University|
|Fagerstrom, Emily||State University of New York at Buffalo|
|Falzon, Laura||Ontario Veterinary College|
|Fang, Jian||York University|
|Farris, Rachel||University of Wyoming|
|Fortin, Marie-Josée||University of Toronto|
|Haroon, Humaira||York University|
|Harpur, Brock||York University|
|Hirji, Mustafa||University of Toronto|
|Huang, Longhua||York University|
|Hughes, Josie||University of Toronto|
|Jaberi-Douraki, Majid||McGill University|
|Jelveh, Nazli||Simon Fraser University|
|Kamran Habibkhani, Hootan||University of Toronto|
|Keegan, Lindsay||McMaster University|
|Khan, Maryam||Northeastern Illinois University|
|Khan, Maryam||University of Szeged|
|Konini, Angjelina||York University|
|Konini, Silva||York University|
|Kuhajda, David||University of Akron|
|Lachowsky, Nathan||University of Guelph|
|Lemos-Costa, Paula||Bioscience Institute - University of Sao Paulo|
|Leung, KaYin||Utrecht University|
|Liao, Laura||University of British Columbia|
|Limbu, Chandra||York University|
|Magpantay, Felicia Maria G.
|Marinelli, Alessio||University of Trento|
|Meadows, Shannon||University of Guelph|
|Moschini, Pamela||University of Trento|
|Munganga, Justin MW||University of South Africa|
|Munther, Daniel||York University|
|Murthy, Srinivas||Hospital for Sick Children|
|Nah, Kyeongah||Bolyai Institute|
|Niyukuri, Fidele||Université de Montréal|
|Norton, Jacob||North Carolina State University|
|Numfor, Eric||University of Tennessee, Knoxville|
|Pal, Samares||University of Kalyani|
|Pieper, Laura||University of Guelph|
|Plazzotta, Giacomo||Imperial College London|
|Pritsker, Asya||Pennsylvania State University|
|Rahman, Ashrafur||University of Western Ontario|
|Rudnick, Wallis||University of Toronto|
|Saksida, Sonja||BC Centre for Aquatic Health Sciences|
|Samarasinghe, Chathuri||Oakland University|
|Schultz, Lance||University of Guelph|
|Schwandt, Michael||University of Toronto|
|Sharmin, Sifat||Australian National University|
|Shu, Hongying||University of New Brunswick|
|Sigdel, Ram||Wilfrid Laurier University|
|Singh Kohli, Ikjyot|
|Teslya, Alexandra||McMaster University|
|Thi Tu, Hong Anh||University of Toronto|
|Tupper-Ring, Laura||Simon Fraser University|
|van den Hoogen, Josée||St. Francis Xavier University|
|Varughese, Betsy||University of Alberta|
|Watts, Alexander||University of Toronto|
|Westers, Trisha||University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary College|
|Wong, Kester||Nanyang Technological University/ National Institute of Education|
|Wu, Xiaotian||Western University|
|Xiao, Yanyu||York University|
|Yu, Don||York University|