INSNA Satellite Conference
Along with David Lazer, I organized a satellite conference alongside the annual INSNA (social network) meetings, which ran online July 20-22. About half of the talks are available linked from the conference program.
Colorado COVID-19 Modeling Team
March through December, I was working with a team modeling various aspects of SARS-COV-2 spread and other elements of COVID-19 response for the state of Colorado. I’m collecting those updates together here:
- Epidemiological modeling report & updates: Dec 16, Dec 4 (w/ CDPHE press release), Nov 20 (press release), Nov 4 (press release), Oct 28 (press release), Oct 21 (press release), Sept 30, Sept 11 (press release), August 21, July 16 (press release), June 1, May 23 (press release), April 20 (press release).
- Regional modeling report: Dec 16, Nov 24, Nov 12.
- Population mixing & administrative boundaries report: July 6.
- Mobility report: May 14 (press release).
In addition to those larger projects, I also written/presented a few pieces trying to publicly translate relevant elements of the pandemic:
- On misperceptions about modeling, Sept 1 at Medium.
- On misinformation, June 15 in a CU-Denver open Course.
- On understanding epidemiological models, Apr 8 in The Society Pages.
- On flattening the curve, Mar 15 for the IAPHS blog.
- On some basics of epidemics, Mar 7 at Medium.
- Andrea Buchwald, Jude Bayham, jimi adams, David Bortz, Katie Colborn, Olivia Zarella, Meghan Buran, Jonathan Samet, Debashis Ghosh, Rachel Herlihy, & Elizabeth J. Carlton. 2021. “Estimating the Impact of State-Wide Policies to Reduce Spread of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 in Real Time.” Emerging Infectious Diseases 27(9).
- Andrea G. Buchwald, jimi adams, David M Bortz, & Elizabeth J. Carlton. 2020. “Infectious disease transmission models to predict, evaluate and improve understanding of SARS-COV-2 trajectory and interventions.” Annals of the American Thoracic Society 17(10): 1204-1206.
- jimi adams+, Ryan Light+, & Nicholas Theis. (+ 1st authors contributed equally). 2020. “Mobilizing COVID-19 Science.” Contexts 19(4):36-41. (code)