what we do
The Center for Inference and Dynamics of Infectious Diseases (CIDID) provides national and international leadership in computational, statistical, and mathematical research, education and outreach, and public health policy related to infectious diseases and interventions.
CIDID is a Center of Excellence of The Models of Infectious Disease Agents (MIDAS), an NIH funded collaborative network.
The Center revolves around 4 major scientific research projects, one software development component, and one policy studies component.
who we are
CIDID is a highly synergistic and interdisciplinary effort between statisticians, mathematical epidemiologists, computational modelers, ecologists, and computer scientists.
The Center includes 24 core faculty at eight participating institutions and additional faculty affiliates, and is led by M. Elizabeth Halloran.