The infectious disease epidemiology of severe asthma exacerbations
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Contact DetailsRosalind Eggo
The dynamic respiratory virus model is driven by changing contact patterns of children caused by opening/closing schools. This causes epidemics of respiratory viruses in children and adults.
The task requires a conscientious and careful approach, because accuracy is of great importance. This project will allow the student to contribute to work of high and direct public health relevance.
The task will be done in Excel (or similar) with possibility to use/learn R or python if the student wishes.
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