Workshop in Brief - Modeling the Spread and Control of Ebola in W. Africa

2015-02-05T13:24:09Z (GMT) by Ebola Modeling Workshop At Georgia Tech
<p><strong>Summary:</strong></p> <p>A workshop-in-brief summarizing panels, talks and discussions that took place on January 22-23, 2015 as part of the workshop: "Modeling the Spread and Control of Ebola in W. Africa".  </p> <p><strong>Release date of report: </strong>February 5, 2015</p> <p><strong>Workshop title: </strong>Modeling the Spread and Control of Ebola in W. Africa</p> <p><strong>Organizers</strong>: Prof. Joshua Weitz (Chair, Georgia Institute of Technology), Prof. Rustom Antia (Emory University), Prof. John M. Drake (University of Georgia-Athens), Prof. Jonathan Dushoff (McMaster), Dr. John Glasser (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Prof. Pinar Keskinocak (Georgia Institute of Technology), Prof. Lauren Meyers (University of Texas-Austin), Prof. Fredrik Vannberg (Georgia Institute of Technology)</p> <p><strong>Website</strong>:</p> <p><strong>Mission</strong>: A two day-workshop to: report on and discuss the use of dynamical models to support, interpret and enhance public-health practices to stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa.</p> <p><strong>Location: </strong>Historic Academy of Medicine at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA</p> <p><strong>Dates: </strong>January 22-23, 2015</p> <p> </p>