We apply cutting-edge research methodologies to project the burden of disease and the effectiveness of control strategies across time, space and demographic groups, including predicting the likely future trajectory of diseases.
We're part of the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine.
The focus of our Unit is infectious disease modelling, with major research themes spanning COVID-19, tuberculosis, emerging infections and a range of other infectious threats.
Our overarching aim is to develop epidemiological models that capture infectious disease dynamics and allow us to assess their effects on health systems and evaluate the impact of control strategies.
Our research is widely published in peer-reviewed articles and technical reports. See some of our publication highlights demonstrating the impact of our work.