Last update/recompile: 2022-09-23 13:17:40
This site will not be further updated. It will remain here for reference. We are only keeping the logistic parts here. The content has been moved (and continues to be updated) at our permanent, stand-alone site/course Simulation Modeling in Immunology.
Welcome to the website for the course/module called Infectious Diseases, Immunology and Within-Host Models, which is part of the 2022 Summer Institute in Statistics and Modeling in Infectious Diseases (SISMID).
The course is taught by Andreas Handel and Paul Thomas. The Teaching Assistant (TA) for the course is Cody Dailey. You can reach us all on Slack (see the Communication page).
The Syllabus provides a brief overview with a few logistic details.
The Schedule lists the topics, with links to materials. Most of the materials are on a separate site called Simulation Modeling in Immunology which we use as the main, permanent repository for teaching materials related to this course (and other workshops).
The Communication section provides information on how course communications are planned to happen.
The Resources section contains a listing of the main sources and materials we will be using in this course, as well as links to further resources.
The Project section has information and instructions for a - completely optional - course project you can do if you want.
Start by briefly skimming through all pages on this website. Then go through and do everything listed in the Before course start section of the Schedule page.
We are a Module of SISMID. However, for our purposes, we refer to our module as a course or class, and use module for individual segments, which are further divided into units. We hope this is not too confusing.
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