This workshop and an associated Advanced Study Institute (ASI) and are jointly organized with the Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS).
This workshop and ASI are jointly sponsored by:
Poverty Trap Formed by the Ecology of Infectious Disease Matthew H. Bonds, Pejman Rohani, Donald Keenan, Jeffrey Sachs, Harvard School of Public Health Putting non-parametric methods in the service of public health Seydou Doumbia, University of Bamako, Mali The Impact of Household Capital Models on Targeted Epidemiological Control Strategies for Diseases with Age-Based Etiologies Nina H. Fefferman, EENR/DIMACS Rutgers University and InForMID, Tufts Univ. School of Medicine Role of Economic Epidemiology: With Special Reference to HIV/AIDS Senelani Dorothy Hove-Musekwa, National University of Science and Technology Externalities in Infectious Disease Ramanan Laxminarayan, Resources for the Future Aspects of Complications arising from neglected Tropical Co-infections and their Social and Economic Implications in Sub Saharan Africa L.S. Luboobi, J.Y.T. Mugisha & B.K. Nannyonga, Makerere University Studying the relationship between individual behavior, public policies, social networks and epidemic processes Madhav Marathe, Virginia Tech Modeling the risk-benefit of chemoprophylaxis for travelers to areas with stable malaria transmission Eduardo Massad, Ronald H. Behrens, Marcelo N. Burattini, Francisco A. B. Coutinho, University of Sao Paulo The economic Impact of HIV/AIDS in Uganda Fred Matovu, University of Makerere Intermittent preventive treatment of malaria in pregnancy: incremental Cost-effectiveness of a new delivery system in Uganda AK Mbonye, KS Hansen, IC Bygbjerg, P Magnussen Optimizing Influenza Vaccine Distribution Jan Medlock, Clemson University Epidemiological Impact on the Economies of Poor Nations of Africa Prof. P.E. Mugambi, Retired Professor, Makerere University Some perspectives of dynamics of leishmaniasis infection in poor nations J.Y.T. Mugisha, Makerere University and Ibrahim M.ELmojtaba, University of Khartoum Role of Economic Modelling in a Cost-effectiveness Analysis Charlotte Muheki Zikusooka Accounting for self-interest in the public-health management of infectious diseases (the epidemiological game theory menagerie) Timothy Reluga, Penn State Sometimes it Pays to be Greedy: Greedy Algorithms in Economic Epidemiology Fred Roberts, DIMACS Should we change the recommendations related to antibiotic drug dosage/drug duration? Patricia Geli Rolfhamre, Resources for the Future Evaluating the Capacity, Efficiency, and Cost of a Mass Influenza Pneumococcal Vaccination Clinic Via Simulation Michael L Washington, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Impact of Periodic and Constant Proportion Harvesting Policies On TAC-Regulated Fisheries Systems Abdul-Aziz Yakubu, Howard University Role of Economic Modelling in a Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Charlotte Muheki Zikusooka, Health Net Consult
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