OMNI-RÉUNIS Distinguished Lecture Series
OMNI-RÉUNIS is excited to host multiple lectures as part of its inaugural Distinguished Lecture Series, where we aim to establish the relevance and importance of the various fields and disciplines working to advance research in modelling emerging infectious diseases and reflect on how to include a One Health approach in doing so.
  • Experts are invited to share their research from the lens of their domain in public health, wild and domestic animal health, environment, and the One Health approach, focusing on research problems, data collection and sources, challenges, and the relevance of their fields to modelling. The OMNI-RÉUNIS Distinguished Lecture Series is a high-profile event that is open to all including our network members across 23 academic institutions and collaborators from more than 28 national and international organizations, networks part of the Emerging Infectious Diseases Modelling Initiative (EIDM), funding agencies Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), as well the general audience to reach many beyond the traditional academic settings.
  • Organizing Committee: Dr. Huaiping Zhu (York University), Dr. Hélène Carabin (Université de Montréal), Dr. Mark Lewis (University of Alberta), Dr. Arne Ruckert (University of Ottawa), Natasha Ketter (York University), and IT support by Steven Chen (York University)
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OMNI – Training »OMNI – Training
OMNI-RÉUNIS Distinguished Lecture Series
220315 Reflections on Modelling for Infectious Diseases »220315 Reflections on Modelling for Infectious Diseases
220601 COVID-19 in the UK: Data, Models, Projections and Policy »220601 COVID-19 in the UK: Data, Models, Projections and Policy
230316 Modelling to Support Public Health Decisions »230316 Modelling to Support Public Health Decisions
Online courses »Online courses
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