The University of Pittsburgh MIDAS National Center of Excellence held the Dynamics of Preparedness Conference October 22–24, 2012. This public health systems conference brought together researchers, public policy makers, and research sponsors to present, critique, and propose innovative methods for the study of emergency preparedness in public health systems.Results from the conference will be published in summer 2013 in a special issue of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice on Dynamics of Preparedness.
The Seminar Series is sponsored by the Public Health Dynamics Laboratory and supported through PHASYS, the NIH/NIGMS Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Vaccine Modeling Initiative.
The Seminar Series will recommence in Fall 2013.
Past seminars can be viewed by visiting https://www.phdl.pitt.edu/index.php/phdl-seminars, and clicking the seminar title.