Models have supported Australia’s response to COVID-19
They are a vital part of moving from preparedness to targeted response.
By Professor Jodie McVernon and Professor James McCaw. Published in Cosmosmagazine.com 01 April 2020
Mathematical models of infectious disease are representations of the way infections spread between individuals, in households, and through society. They can be used to anticipate the likely future impacts of a disease, and to consider how well public health interventions, treatments and vaccines might reduce infection transmission, and limit severe outcomes. Read more...
Professor James McCaw