Infectious Disease Modelling

Open access

ISSN: 2468-0427
CN: 10-1766/R
p-ISSN: 2468-2152

Infectious Disease Modelling

Open access

Infectious Disease Modelling is a peer-reviewed open access journal aiming to promote research working to interface mathematical modelling, infection disease data retrieval and analysis, and public he...

Infectious Disease Modelling is a peer-reviewed open access journal aiming to promote research working to interface mathematical modelling, infection disease data retrieval and analysis, and public health decision support. The journal welcomes original research contributing to the enhancement of this interface, and review articles of cutting edge methodologies motivated by and applicable to data collection and informatics for public health decision making and policy.

Published papers must contain substantial novelty which could include:

- Developing new frameworks, models and methodologies including comparisons with existing models, theories and methods to indicate demonstrable advantages;
- Applications of exiting models and methodologies to new infectious diseases and/or public health issues;
- Integrative use of methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches to evaluate intervention programs and to inform surveillance design;
-Developing linkages between data, modelling, analytics and policy.

Mathematics of a single-locus model for assessing the impacts of pyrethroid resistance and temperature on population abundance of malaria mosquitoes

Evaluating recurrent episodes of malaria incidence in Timika, Indonesia, through a Markovian multiple-state model

A vaccination model for COVID-19 in Gauteng, South Africa

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1. To mask or not to mask: Modeling the potential for face mask use by the general public to curtail the COVID-19 pandemic

2. Using statistics and mathematical modelling to understand infectious disease outbreaks: COVID-19 as an example

3. Estimating epidemic exponential growth rate and basic reproduction number

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To mask or not to mask: Modeling the potential for face mask use by the general public to curtail the COVID-19 pandemic

An updated estimation of the risk of transmission of the novel coronavirus (2019-nCov)

Real-time forecasts of the COVID-19 epidemic in China from February 5th to February 24th, 2020

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Call for Papers

Special Issue on the Impact of Vaccination Scale and Pathogenic Mutations on Disease Transmission

Special Issue on Modelling and Forecasting the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Transmission

Special Issue on Vector-Borne Diseases Modelling

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Latest News

Infectious Disease Modelling CiteScore 2021 Announced: 12.7

Infectious Disease Modelling CiteScore 2020 Announced: 8.1

New Associate Editors of Infectious Disease Modelling

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Modelling and Forecasting the Covid-10 Transmission

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Special Issues

The impact of vaccination scale and pathogenic mutations on disease transmission

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