August 20, 2015 • Woodrow Wilson School
July 30, 2015 • Columbia University
February 17, 2015 • University of Pittsburgh
January 13, 2015 • University of Georgia
December 16, 2014 • Yale University
November 24, 2014 • University of Pittsburgh
November 19, 2014 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
September 19, 2014 • Arizona State University
September 17, 2014 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
September 09, 2014 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
March 24, 2014 • Brigham and Women’s Hospital
December 03, 2013 • Columbia University
November 27, 2013 • University of Pittsburgh
September 12, 2013 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
June 11, 2013 • Oregon State University
March 15, 2013 • Princeton University
February 07, 2013 • Sabin Vaccine Institute
November 26, 2012 • Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
October 11, 2012 • Harvard School of Public Health
February 06, 2012 • Harvard School of Public Health
September 29, 2011 • University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences
August 15, 2011 • Virginia Tech
August 15, 2011 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
June 09, 2011 • University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
April 11, 2011 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
January 31, 2011 • Imperial College London
December 01, 2010 • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
September 21, 2010 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
March 31, 2010 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
February 22, 2010 • Oregon State University
December 30, 2009 • University of Pittsburgh
Closing schools for less than two weeks during a flu pandemic may increase infection rates and prolong an epidemic, according to an NIGMS-supported study.
December 07, 2009 • Harvard School of Public Health
A new NIGMS-supported study projects that the severity of the H1N1 flu during the autumn-winter flu season in the U.S. will likely be less than previously feared.
September 10, 2009 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
NIGMS-funded disease modelers calculate that a vaccination program that reaches 70 percent of the U.S. population would control pandemic influenza H1N1.
September 03, 2009 • Harvard School of Public Health
The Harvard School of Public Health establishes a new MIDAS Center of Excellence to model drug resistance, seasonal infectious diseases, and intervention allocation.
September 03, 2009 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
MIDAS adds new research expertise to simulate disease spread, evaluate different intervention strategies and help inform public health officials and policymakers.
August 03, 2009 • University of Texas at Austin
The latest research team to join the MIDAS effort will create models that simulate the complex interplay between human behavior and disease spread.
April 30, 2009 • Harvard University
NIGMS-supported researchers have found that small stockpiles of a secondary flu medication—if used early in local outbreaks—could extend the effectiveness of primary drug stockpiles during a global influenza pandemic.
August 08, 2008 • Research Triangle Institute
A team of NIGMS-supported researchers has devised a new method that enables the rapid and large-scale study of E. coli genes.
March 10, 2008 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Antiviral medications and social-distancing measures may be sufficient to mitigate a flu pandemic outbreak until a vaccine becomes available, according to a new NIGMS-supported study.
December 06, 2007 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
A newly released software program will let health authorities at the site of an infectious disease outbreak quickly analyze data, speeding the detection of new cases and the implementation of effective interventions.
November 26, 2007 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Researchers funded by the NIGMS Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study report that cholera could be controlled inexpensively by orally vaccinating affected populations.
August 28, 2007 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Infectious-disease-modeling experts funded by NIGMS confirm that H5N1 avian influenza spread among a family in Indonesia in 2006.
July 23, 2007 • Research Triangle Park Institute
Maps developed as part of the Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study funded by NIGMS are being included in a book featuring the year's best examples of geographic information system cartography.
April 02, 2007 • National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
NIGMS-supported analyses of historic data show that cities that responded rapidly to the spread of flu in 1918 cut their mortality rates. The studies help plan for future pandemics.
February 01, 2007 • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Researchers involved in the NIGMS Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study contributed to interim guidance for slowing a pandemic flu outbreak.
January 16, 2007 • Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Antiviral drugs are effective in reducing the spread of the influenza virus among family members, report researchers funded by an NIGMS MIDAS grant.
April 03, 2006 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
NIGMS-supported researchers develop a computer model to study how pandemic flu might spread in the United States and to test the effectiveness of possible intervention strategies.
February 21, 2006 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
New research from scientists at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and the University of Washington in Seattle suggests that containment can buy time to prepare, but containment alone is not enough to stop a flu pandemic from occurring.
February 01, 2006 • Harvard University
A Harvard–led research team was today awarded one of four new national Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study (MIDAS) grants from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS).
August 03, 2005 • Imperial College
August 03, 2005 • Emory University
August 03, 2005 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
November 16, 2004 • RTI International
November 15, 2004 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
May 04, 2004 • Emory University
May 04, 2004 • RTI International
May 04, 2004 • Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
May 04, 2004 • National Institute of General Medical Sciences