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People, Policy & Prediction: Perspectives on Global Infectious Diseases

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Royal Statistical Society

12 Errol Street

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For anyone interested in the science and the stories behind the headlines, please join us for a series of talks and discussion on emerging global infectious diseases from three different perspectives. With a focus on recent global outbreaks such as Ebola and Zika virus, we will explore issues of preparedness, detection and response.

How can statistical methods make best use of the wealth of surveillance system data? How can resource allocation priorities be assessed? And how do these efforts impact the affected communities on the ground?

The speakers will be:

Dr Pierre Nouvellet (Imperial College London)
Dr Cathy Roth (Department for International Development (DfID))
Tulip Mazumdar (BBC, Global Health Correspondent)

Attendance is free and open to all, whether fellows of the RSS or not.
Pre-registration is however required.



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Email nathan.green@imperial.ac.uk

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Yes

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