The programme covers introductory and advanced topics in mathematical modelling of infectious disease with an emphasis on building practical skills using the statistical and programming language R. The course is aimed at any life scientist, public health officer, or medical or veterinary professional with an interest in quantitative approaches to infectious disease dynamics and control in humans or animals. PhD students and early career researchers are particularly encouraged to apply.
This is a residential course and the academic fee of £1045 covers accommodation in individual rooms and all meals. Bursaries are available.
There are only 20 spaces on the course, and all applications will be evaluated after the deadline, with decisions expected to be made in early November.
For further details and to apply see: