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Institute for Life Sciences

Disease Ecology Monthly Meetings- Disease round table Event

12:00 - 13:00
23 October 2013
Building 44 (Geography), Room 3051

Event details

Talk: Disease round table - Share your favourite disease!

Every 4 weeks - Wednesday at 12:00 - 1:00 (July- November 2013).

These meetings are intended for everyone with an interest in disease ecology, spatial epidemiology and the types of spatial analysis and modelling methods that may be used in this field. There will also be a lot of relevance in some of our meetings for researchers in similar fields (e.g. species distribution modelling, health geography).

All are welcome to join us - it's a great opportunity to get together and discuss on-going research, methods, conferences, publications and more in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Feel free to bring your lunch.

The first half of the session will be a presentation, and the second half will be set aside for discussion.



3/7/13 - An Integrated Geospatial Analysis Framework for Neglected Zoonotic Diseases - Nicola Wardrop (Room 1087)


31/7/13 - Ecology of Scrub Typhus - Chi-Chien Kuo (Room 1087)


28/8/13 - Bayesian CAR and Geostatistical models for malaria mapping - Victor Alegana (Room 3051)


25/9/13 - Exploratory Data Analysis - Matt Geary (Room 3051)


23/10/13 - Disease round table - Share your favourite disease! (Room 3051)


20/11/13 - Journal Club on Spatial Epidemiology (Paper tbc) - Nicola Wardrop (Room 1087)


Further Information and Contact Details:

If you have a presentation you would like to practice, a particular method you would like to discuss or a specific paper that you would like talk about, please contact one of the lead organisers Matt Geary, Nicola Wardrop, and Peter Atkinson.

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