The Institute for Disease Modeling

shapes

infectious disease policy
and programs with
data-driven analysis

The Institute for Disease Modeling

models

comprehensive disease transmission dynamics to inform eradication campaigns

The Institute for Disease Modeling

develops

quantitative decision-making tools for the eradication and control of infectious diseases

The Institute for Disease Modeling

accelerates

the eradication of
infectious disease by the
global health community

The Institute for Disease Modeling

Collaborates

on eradication with the
global health community

 

Research

 

The research and modeling team at IDM is focused on providing support to disease eradication programs and other global health endeavors through a variety of modeling and statistical approaches.

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Publications

 

One of the challenges facing the Global Polio Eradication Initiative is efficiently directing limited resources to the most at-risk areas.

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Software

 

Inspired by a collaborative and multidisciplinary effort from the scientific community, IDM's innovative software tools provide a qualitative and analytical means to model infectious disease.

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Latest News & Events

Humans have dealt with Tuberculosis (tubercle bacillus or TB) for thousands of years, dating back 6,000 years. They... Read more

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Featured Research Project

The EMOD Tuberculosis model is now available for download. The TB model has been used to address the interventions necessary to achieve the 2025 and 2035 TB Global Targets in China, India, and South Africa.

 

Recognized as a global emergency by WHO in 1993, the TB epidemic remains a major global health issue. In 2013, an estimated 9 million people developed TB disease and there were 1.5 million deaths.  Read more.

As part of Intellectual Ventures' Global Good initiative,
the Institute for Disease Modeling (IDM) is the preeminent quantitative
analysis center shaping strategies and building innovative tools to accelerate
 the eradication of infectious disease by the global health community.