IDM's 5th Annual Disease Modeling Symposium Registration Form

IDM's 5th Annual Modeling Symposium April 18th-20th, 2017 will be held at the Hyatt Regency, Bellevue, WA.

The symposium theme this year is: 7 Deadly Diseases. Session talks will focus on HIV/AIDS, TB, Pneumonia, Malaria, Cholera, Typhoid, Measles.

Registration will close midnight (PT) 3/15/17. If you are in need of a hotel, IDM has a limited room block reserved for attendees. To book your room please visit https://aws.passkey.com/event/15011724/owner/5957/landing.

For more information, please visit www.idmod.org/symposium and please direct all questions to Symposium@idmod.org.

To receive a copy of your registration, select the option at the bottom of this form and enter your email address.














Please join us for a full breakfast buffet hosted by IDM.






PNEUMONIA BREAKOUT:
Ben Althouse, IDM
Stefan Flasche, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Mark Lipsitch, Center of Communicable Disease Dynamics, Harvard School of Public Health
Dan Weinberger, Yale School of Public Health

RISK MAPPER TOOL WORKSHOP & VALUE OF INFORMATION:
Guillaume Chabot-Couture, IDM
M Elizabeth Halloran, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research/University of Washington
Natalia Molodecky, Imperial College London
Roland Sutter, World Health Organization
Jon Wakefield, Departments of Statistics and Biostatistics, University of Washington

CALIBRATION OF INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODELS:
Dan Klein, IDM
Graham Medley, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Zelda Zabinsky, University of Washington
Ian Vernon, Durham University
Michael Goldstein, Durham University



Join us at Eques for lunch hosted by IDM.



Robert Reiner, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Maya Petersen, UC Berkeley School of Public Health
Mark Hatherill, SATVI, University of Cape Town




Keith Klugman, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Myron Levine, University of Maryland School of Medicine
Flaminia Catterucia, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health







SOFTWARE OPEN FORUM:
The Software Open Forum is an opportunity to meet the IDM software team and discuss the various tools created for internal and external researchers.The forum seeks to create an open and collaborative environment for all software related topics, including future collaboration opportunities, software development and training. Software team members from the various project groups will be available for these discussions.

KEYNOTE SESSION-- EMERGING RESEARCHERS:
This session highlights the excellent work being done by emerging researchers in global health. IDM, in collaboration with a sponsorship from Public Library of Science (PLOS), has created a forum for students in the field of modeling and epidemiology to showcase their work, as well as provide them an opportunity to connect with members in the global health community.




Please join us for a full breakfast buffet hosted by IDM.






PNEUMONIA BREAKOUT:
Gail Rodgers, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Ron Dagan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Imran Nisar, Department of Pediatrics, Aga Khan University
Stephen Pelton, Boston University School of Medicine and Public Health
Kimberly Shea, Boston University

ENTERIC DISEASE BREAKOUT:
Duncan Steele, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Kurt Long, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Ben Lopman, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
Joe Eisenberg, University of Michigan Department of Epidemiology
Andrew Brouwer, University of Michigan Department of Epidemiology

MEASLES BREAKOUT 1:
Sheng Li, City University of New York, School of Public Health
Amy Winter, Princeton University
Nita Bharti, Penn State University
Matthew Ferrari, The Pennsylvania State University

MALARIA BREAKOUT 1:
Amy Wesolowski, Princeton University
Dave Smith, IHME
John Huber, University of Notre Dame
Bryan Greenhouse, University of California, San Francisco

HIV BREAKOUT:
Diego Cuadros, University of Cincinnati
Susan Cassels, University of California, Santa Barbara
Ying Huang, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Zindoga Mukandavire, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

SOFTWARE TUTORIAL:
Benoit Raybaud, IDM
Dan Bridenbecker, IDM
Milen Nikolov, IDM





Jennifer Gardy, BC Centre for Disease Control
Dan Neafsey, Broad Institute



Please join us for the first annual symposium excursion to the Woodinville wine country. Lunch will be hosted by IDM at Columbia Winery. Transportation to and from Woodinville will be provided by IDM.

After lunch explore the bounty of Washington's premier wineries; Chateau Ste Michelle, Columbia, and Novelty Hill/Januik, or tour the Red Hook Brewery or Woodinville Distillery. You may also find the time to explore the nearby Burke-Gilman trail which is home to a number of bird species.




The IDM hosted dinner at Daniel's Broiler has reached maximum capacity. To have your name added to the wait list please select the box below.




Please join us for a full breakfast buffet hosted by IDM.





Jillian Gauld, IDM
Samson Kiware, Ifakara Health Institute



Join us for an engaging panel discussion regarding the role of modeling in driving faster gains against disease eradication. The panel will feature individuals from a variety of global health institutions and academia.



Join us at Eques for lunch hosted by IDM.






TUBERCULOSIS BREAKOUT:
Nimalan Arinaminpathy, Imperial College London
Zoe McLaren, University of Michigan
Patrick Finley, Sandia National Laboratories
Damion Dooley, Department of Pathology, University of British Columbia/BCCDC

MALARIA BREAKOUT 2:
Ruben Conner, PATH
Katherine Battle, Malaria Atlas Project- Oxford University
Emilie Pothin, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel
Andre Lin Ouedraogo, IDM

COMPS SOFTWARE SERVICE FOR RESEARCH:
John Sheppard, IDM

DENGUE BREAKOUT:
Robert Reiner, IHME
Isabel Rodriguez-Barraquer, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Katia Koelle, Duke University
Alex Perkins, University of Notre Dame

ADVANCES IN APPLIED MATH FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES:
Kyle Gustafson, IDM
Ewan Cameron, Oxford University
Mauricio Santillana, Harvard University
Niall Mangan, IDM

MEASLES BREAKOUT 2:
Kurt Frey, IDM
Saki Takahashi, Princeton University
Mark Jit, London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine





Ruanne Barnabas, University of Washington
Todd Noel on behalf of Carrie McNeil, Sandia National Laboratories-International Biological and Chemical Threat Reduction
Claudia Emerson, McMaster University







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