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EpiFor studies complexity and predictability of epidemics aiming at developing a computational infrastructure for epidemic forecasts.The ERC Starting Independent Researcher Grant offers an ideal opportunity to start a structured program in this direction, aimed at providing fundamental advances in the field.
Thursday, Thursday, 30 May 2013
Web-based systems, on-line information streams and mobile devices have revolutionized the way we monitor large-scale communities on the quest for real time public health signals, citizens engagement and support to public health interventions at individual and population levels.
Wednesday, Wednesday, 07 May 2014
Dr. Timo Smieszek
Public Health England, London, UK
Imperial College, London, UK
Wednesday, Wednesday, 29 May 2013
This fourth and last project meeting is not only the usual check point of the activities of the project within the consortium but also, more importantly, as a moment to assess the final integration effort and joint research among the partners and among the Work Packages, in preparation for the last review meeting. The meeting will allow, as the previous years, all partners to provide a summary of the activities undertaken and the progress of the research activities.
Determinants of Follow-Up Participation in the Internet-Based European Influenza Surveillance Platform Influenzanet