The SPRC holds periodic trainings for researchers in Mathematical Modeling.
Dr. Steven Goodreau teaching at University of Nairobi, Kenya.
HIV researchers have long appreciated the need to understand the social and behavioral determinants of HIV-related risk behavior, but the cumulative impact of individual behaviors on population-level HIV outcomes can be subtle and counterintuitive. Mathematical models are a way to examine the potential effects of the proximate biological and behavioral determinants of HIV transmission dynamics, alone and in combination.
Mathematical models may be used to:
- Predict population-level disease outcomes from individual-level behavior
- Identify network structures that propagate infectious disease transmission
- Support clinical trial design
- Model impacts from HIV intervention
For more resources on mathematical modeling, click here .
For more information, contact Joanna Bove at bovej at uw.edu.