Courses 2009

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  • INTRODUCTION TO INFECTIOUS DISEASE MODELLING
    UiO, November 18-20 2009

    The course is intended to give a conceptual understanding of the basic techniques available for analysing and interpreting epidemiological data on infectious diseases. The course should provide the participants the background for reading and interpreting modelling papers.

    An introduction to compartmental models, exemplified by the Susceptible-Exposed-Infected-Recovered (SEIR) model; presentation of fundamental epidemiological concepts such as the basic reproductive rate (R_0), endemic infections and vaccination policies; impact of population structure and human contact patterns on the transmission dynamics of infections; stochastic models; emerging infections with focus on design of intervention programmes.

    Course committee: Birgitte Freiesleben de Blasio, Ottar Bjørnstad, Odd O. Aalen, Department of Biostatistics, Institute Group of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo.


  • BGC-Network course in SURVIVAL AND EVENT HISTORY ANALYSIS
    University of Oslo, October 12-16 and November 9-13 2009



  • Population-based Association Analysis
    UiO, April 27-29 2009
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