Comp-Epi Community Resources


CompEpi Quarterly October 2020

CompEpi Quarterly July 2020


Seminar Series Videos // CompEpi YouTube Channel

Simon Levin & Dylan Morris // Optimal, near-optimal, and robust epidemic control // 11 June 2020

Rita Colwell // Climate, Oceans, and Human Health: Cholera as a Paradigm for Predicting Infectious Diseases // 25 June 2020

Abhishek Pandey & Alison Galvani // Projecting hospital utilization and assessing implications of silent transmission during the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States // 9 July 2020

B. Aditya Prakash // Deep Learning Data-driven Approaches for Epidemic Forecasting // 23 July 2020

Naren Ramakrishnan // Automatic Extraction of Epidemiological Line Lists for Open Sources // 13 August 2020

Kathleen Alexander // Transforming Landscapes and the Ecology of Scale - Understanding Disease Emergence at the Human-Wildlife-Environmental Interface // 27 August 2020

Jeff Townsend // The duration of immunity following COVID-19 infection // 10 September 2020

Ramanan Laxminarayan // Epidemiology and Transmission Dynamics of COVID-19 in two Indian States // 24 September 2020

Adam Sadilek // Machine-Learned Epidemiology // 22 October 2020 (YouTube link coming soon!)

Jure Leskovec & Serina Chang // Mobility network models of COVID-19 explain inequities and inform reopening // 5 November 2020 


Student Presentations

Jacob Ritchie - Crowdsourcing County-level COVID-19 Policy Data - and Lijing Wang - Interplay of global multi-scale human mobility, social distancing, government interventions and COVID-19 dynamics - 24 June 2020


In the News

Alison Galvani - a modeller whose career has flourished early. The Lancet. September 2020

‘We’re in one of the cataclysmic times of change’: first female NSF director on discrimination and COVID-19. Nature. August 2020.

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