RESEARCH GROUPS

MIDAS is comprised of investigator-initiated, collaborative research projects focused on infectious disease modeling and computational, mathematical, and statistical methods. Two National Centers of Excellence in Infectious Disease Modeling provide leadership nationally and internationally in infectious disease modeling, computational, mathematical, and statistical methods, public policy, and outreach and training. The Information Technology Resource is responsible for software development, data management, and development of central resources.

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH GRANTS (Principal Investigators)

Stephen Eubank (Virginia Bioinformatics Institute)
Alison Galvani  (Yale University) and Lauren Ancel Meyers  (University of Texas at Austin)
Diane Lauderdale  (University of Chicago) and Charles Macal  (Argonne National Laboratory)
Elizabeth Halloran (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center University of Washington, Seattle) and Ira Longini  (University of Florida)
Gary Smith (University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine)
Sara Del Valle (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Christopher Mores (Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine)
Travis Porco (University of California, San Francisco)

CENTERS OF EXCELLENCE IN INFECTIOUS DISEASE MODELING (Principal Investigators)

Don Burke (University of Pittsburgh)
Marc Lipsitch (Harvard School of Public Health)

MIDAS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE (Principal Investigators)

Diane Wagener and Phil Cooley (RTI International)

MIDAS SOFTWARE GROUP

MIDAS Software Sharing And Information Outreach Network (MISSION)

MIDAS Network Software Repository is a place where you can learn about and download MIDAS software tools for using in epidemiology modeling, visualization, analysis and parameter estimation.



The MIDAS Network is funded by the National Institutes of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health.