The Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Global Infectious Disease Analysis is an international centre of excellence for research and capacity building on the epidemiological analysis and modelling of infectious diseases. Its innovative research on emerging and endemic diseases and applied collaborative work with public and global health agencies, governments and non-governmental bodies worldwide focuses on ensuring modelling is translated into practical policy guidance, both in responding to emerging threats such as Ebola and Zika with real-time analysis and predictive modelling, and in planning by providing evidence-based input to policy questions for major endemic diseases such as HIV, malaria and tuberculosis. It covers a wide range of diseases within the themes of:
- outbreak analysis and modelling
- global health analytics
- antimicrobial resistance
- methods and tools.
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Last updated: 31 March 2022