The aim of the GPCE Expedition is to develop transformative and scalable computing and data science technologies to address fundamental problems in real-time epidemic science.
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In this project, CDDEP partners with a team of scientists from several academic institutions the United States to produce ‘state of the art’ research directed at impacting public policy and reducing the burden of epidemic outbreaks:
Adapted from Computational-Epidemiology.org
Research from CDDEP
“Epidemiology and Transmission Dynamics of COVID-19 in Two Indian States”
CDDEP leads the largest contact tracing study to date, investigating COVID-19 transmission patterns in India. In the largest contact tracing study to date published in Science, a team of researchers from CDDEP, Princeton, University of California, Berkeley, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in collaboration with the Government of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, investigated COVID-19 epidemiology in India, giving a much needed insight onto COVID-19 transmission in low resource settings. The study was highlighted in several major news outlets:
Epidemiology and transmission dynamics of COVID-19 in two Indian states. Listen to Dr. Ramanan Laxminarayan discuss the study in one of the GPCE Series talks.