DIMACS Working Group on Methodologies for Comparing Vaccination Strategies

May 17 -20, 2004
DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University

John Glasser, CDC, jwg3@cdc.gov
Herbert Hethcote, University of Iowa, herbert-hethcote@uiowa.edu
Presented under the auspices of the Special Focus on Computational and Mathematical Epidemiology.

Link to the DIMACS Workshop on Evolutionary Considerations in Vaccine Use, June 27 - 30, 2005.

Participants in the working group on Methodologies for Comparing Vaccination Strategies
Tanya Berger-WolfUniversity of New Mexico and DIMACS
Lora Billings Montclair State University
Sharon BloomCDC
Sara Del ValleUniversity of Iowa
Kamal DesaiImperial College
Victor DonnayBryn Mawr College
Jonathan Dushoff Princeton University
Elamin ElbashaMerck
Linda GaoNorth Central College
John Glasser, organizer CDC
Abba GumelUniversity of Manitoba
Herbert Hethcote, organizer University of Iowa
Leonid Khachiyan Rutgers University
Mirjam KretzschmarRIVM
Jim KoopmanUniversity of Michigan
Alun LloydNorth Carolina State University
David MurilloCornell University at Arizona State University
Miriam NunoCornell University at Arizona State University
Yasushi OhkusaNational Inst. Infect Disease, Japan
Walter Orenstein CDC
Omayra OrtegaUniversity of Iowa
Ismael Ortega-SanchezCDC
Mario ParraArizona State University
Gerard Richter Rutgers University
Fabio SanchezCornell University at Arizona State University
Sonja SandbergFramingham State College
Baojun SongMontclair State University
Walter StraussMerck
Claudio Jose StruchinerPrograma de Computacao Cientifica, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Shannon TakalaUniversity of Maryland
Steve ValeikaUniversity of North Carolina
Annelies Van RieUniversity of North Carolina
Erik VerriestGeorgia Tech
Robert Vichnevetsky Rutgers University
Maggie VizMontclair State University
Jacco WallingaRIVM
Peter WengerUniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ
Lara WolfsonWHO

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