$3.6 million from NIH to build better infectious disease surveillance

February 1, 2017

Berkeley News: A Berkeley School of Public Health research team has been awarded a $3.6 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop new approaches for simulating and optimizing surveillance networks that detect infectious diseases. “We need to take advantage of new, vast health datasets to identify surveillance strategies that are effective under changing epidemiological and environmental conditions,” said project leader Justin Remais, Associate professor of environmental health sciences at the School of Public Health. 

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