Mapping the Global Risk of Emerging Infectious Disease Threats is a multi-investigator project on the geography of disease spillover from animals to humans. In this project ecologists, epidemiologists, social scientists, modelers, biostatisticians and veterinarians are working together to develop new data products, quantitative methods, and theory to understand where and when future infectious diseases will emerge.
Anticipating Emerging and Re-emerging Outbreaks
Project AERO is an NIH-funded collaboration that seeks to develop new data science tools for predicting emerging infectious diseases before they become a crisis. Project AERO is based on the theory of critical slowing down, which holds that dynamical systems on the verge of a critical transition exhibit certain universal properties. We believe these properties might […]