How Operations Research and Analytics can be used in supporting public health interventions for infectious diseases?The INFORMS Practice Section invites you to the webinar Analytics for Infectious Disease Control on Friday, October 9, at 12 noon EDT. The webinar is free, but you must register https://lnkd.in/duDhkhG.
We encourage the particpants to stay after the webinar to attend a 30-minute networking event. During the networking event, participants will have the opportunity to meet others and share their thoughts on the seminar and other analytics-related topics. The networking event will be moderated by Dr. Rajesh Tyagi.
Dr. Pinar Keskinocak,
Director, Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems
Georgia Institute of Technology
Dr. Julie Swann,
NC State University
Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
There has been a lot of progress in medicine and science in understanding and preventing infectious diseases over time; however, these diseases still threaten human health. A variety of prevention or intervention measures may be available, and it is important to understand which combination of these measures would be most impactful, when and where, particularly under resource limitations. In this presentation we will provide examples on how operations research and analytics methods can be used in supporting public health interventions for infectious diseases.
These webinars are an initiative of the INFORMS Practice Section and organized by Dr. Patricia Neri (email@example.com) and Dr. Carrie Beam (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Community Relations Coordinator