International conference on infectious disease dynamics, including epidemic and pandemic modelling and field studies

Epidemics4 - Fourth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics

Welcome to Epidemics4, the international conference dedicated to the study of epidemic diseases and the dynamics of infection.

Confirmed Speakers
Prof. Wendy Barclay, Imperial College London, UK
Prof. Sebastian Bonhoeffer, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Dr. Reuben Granich, UNAIDS, Switzerland
Katia Koelle, Duke University, USA
Prof. Marion Koopmans, RIVM, Netherlands
Prof. Marc Lipsitch, Harvard School of Public Health, USA
Prof. Lord May of Oxford
, University of Oxford, UK
Prof. Scott O’Neill, Monash University, Australia
Dr. Sandra Telfer, University of Aberdeen, UK
Prof. Mark Woolhouse, University of Edinburgh, UK

Following the third conference - Epidemics3 - in Boston, MA, USA in 2011, the organizers are pleased to announce that the Fourth International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics – Epidemics4 – will take place in NH Grand Krasnapolsky, Amsterdam, The Netherlands on 19-22 November 2013.

Epidemics4 Special Issue

There will be a special issue of Epidemics devoted to papers connected to the meeting. We welcome submissions for that issue by March 31, 2014. All submissions will enter the normal editorial process of Epidemics. This means that all manuscripts are evaluated by one or more of the editors for suitability in terms of scope and quality before deciding whether the manuscript will enter the review process. Being accepted for either an oral or a poster presentation at the conference does not guarantee peer review, as the editors of the journal will judge a full paper, rather than an abstract, and can therefore have more elaborate criteria.

Top research presented at Epidemics3

At the last conference, leading scientists from around the world gathered to promote and share their research. Here’s how they described Epidemics3:

“Best conference in the field.”
“Great for meeting other researchers.”
“It is one of the most important and useful conferences for someone in this field.”

You can read the special issue of Epidemics dedicated to research presented at the conference for free until December 2013 www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/17554365/5/1

Check out the previous poster presentations – hear from the authors www.epidemics.elsevier.com/previous-conferences.html


Topics

Are you working on one of the topics planned for Epidemics4? Submit your abstract before 28 June to join the world’s leading epidemics experts!

  • Dynamics of infectious diseases of humans
  • Dynamics of infectious diseases of other species
  • Within-host dynamics and immuno-epidemiology
  • Ecology of infectious diseases
  • Evolution and natural selection in infectious diseases
  • Dynamics and consequences of antimicrobialresistance
  • Global and public health aspects of control and prevention
  • Infectious diseases in a changing environment and climate
  • Policy, economics, sociology and decision making
  • Uncertainty in decision making
  • Infectious disease surveillance
  • Statistical methods for infectious disease data
  • Social, spatial and network aspects of interaction
  • Phylodynamics and infectious diseases
  • Zoonoses and other cross-species events
  • Vector-borne diseases
  • Host behaviour and infectious diseases
  • Genomics in infectious disease surveillance and control
  • Optimization of infectious disease surveillance and control
  • Infectious disease forecasting
  • Historical disease dynamics
  • Multi-host and multi-pathogen/parasite systems

Organised by

Organised by Elsevier

Sponsors & Exhibitors

institut Pasteur
Royal Society Publishing

Supporting Journal

Supporting Journal - Epidemics
Conference Awards