The Infectious Disease Dynamics Group

The Infectious Disease Dynamics group is made up of faculty, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in the dynamics of a wide span of infectious diseases, from dengue to influenza to chikungunya, based at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The group uses a combination of theoretical and empirical approaches to study transmission dynamics.  

Recent News

June 2014

Henrik Salje has an upcoming paper in PLoS Medicine, The Importance of Implementation Strategy in Scaling Up Xpert MTB/RIF for Diagnosis of Tuberculosis in the Indian Health-Care System: A Transmission Model (in press).

May 2014

Henrik Salje, isabel Rodriguez-Barraquer, Kaitlin Rainwater-Lovett, and Derek Cummings have an upcoming paper in PLoS NTD, Variability in dengue titer estimates from plaque reduction neutralization tests poses a challenge to epidemiological studies and vaccine development (in press).

For more news, see the archive.

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