Tini Garske of the MRC Centre for Outbreak Analysis and Modelling of Infectious Disease Epidemiology at Imperial College London, will deliver a College seminar on May 19th at 6.15 pm addressing the causes of the most recent outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, the response to the outbreak and the lessons that should be learned from the Ebola crisis in order to avoid outbreaks of this magnitude in future.

Tini Garske researches how climatic and environmental factors influence the dynamics of transmission of infectious diseases.  Her research mainly focuses on malaria, influenza and more recently, yellow fever and Ebola.  She co-authored the recent WHO paper that detailed the Ebola virus outbreak, and is a member of the WHO Ebola response team.

This seminar is the second of a series of four devoted to Modern and Ancient Plagues (malaria, tuberculosis, HIV and Ebola).The poster of the seminar can be downloaded here. All interested participanrts are welcome.

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