International statistical approaches to COVID-19

Date: Thursday 21 October 2021, 4.00PM - 5.00PM
Location: Online
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Hosted by The Turing – RSS Laboratory and introduced by Prof Sylvia Richardson, this distinguished international lecture by Simon Cauchemez and Vittoria Colizza, who lead modelling teams at Institut Pasteur and Inserm respectively, will discuss their experience in being heavily involved in the COVID-19 response in France, and how they interfaced with Santé Publique France. 


In addition, they will describe the challenges and findings in the use of models for decision support, especially in the context of societies opening up. 

Link to register: https://www.turing.ac.uk/events/international-statistical-approaches-covid-19 

 

Agenda 

Introduction: Prof Sylvia Richardson 

Introduction to Sante Publique France: Daniel Lévy-Brühl 

International Statistical Approaches to Covid19: Simon Cauchemez & Vittoria Colizza 

Q&A 

 

Speakers 

Prof Sylvia Richardson 

Dr Daniel Lévy-Brühl 

Prof Simon Cauchemez 

Prof Virroria Colizza 

 
Royal Statistical Society in partnership with The Alan Turing Institute
The Turing – RSS Laboratory