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Interdisciplinary Research Excellence

The Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Event

12:00 - 13:00
9 April 2014
Lecture Theatre C, Building 44, Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

For more information regarding this event, please email Nicola Wardrop at .

Event details

Professor Peter Atkinson will be providing an overview of the ongoing ESPA funded project, The Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa, focusing on a case study of trypanosomiasis in Zambia.

Join us to find out more about the research plans, progress so far, and the potential application of a variety of analytical approaches to the data which is being collected.

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.

Upcoming meetings

The meetings will run every month on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at midday.

14th May: The effect of the wind in the recent spread of the novel Schmallenberg virus in North Europe. Building 44, Lecture Theatre B

One of the Geography and Environment AU's newest staff members, Luigi Sedda, will be presenting some of his recent work on the spread of livestock disease Schmallenberg over Europe via wind dispersal. This meeting is held in conjunction with the Geography and Environment AU seminar series.

11th June: Alexandra Shaw (title TBC). Building 44, room 1087
9th July: Andy Tatem (title TBC). Building 44, room 1087

The list of upcoming meetings is kept up to date on this website: - let me know if you are interested in contributing a session in the future. It can be a research presentation, a discussion of planned work, methodological sessions, a journal club discussion or anything else!


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