Our research

Integrated analytical models, for example combining economic analyses and dynamic disease models, play an increasingly important role in supporting global health policy decisions related to managing diseases by providing critical information to policy makers and stakeholders about the risks, costs, and benefits of prior and current policies and choices as well as potential alternative future options. We recognize the need to understand and characterize variability, uncertainty, and time in mathematical models of complex systems. Learn more about our research on:

Managing vaccine-preventable diseases


Measles and rubella