A year has passed since my last post, and much has happened.
I contributed to 6 government reports, submitted 5 first-author papers, became
a reviewer for 4 more journals, gave 3 talks about our influenza forecasting
project, enrolled 2 jurisdictions in our forecasting project, and
joined 1 surveillance system.
Here is the 2015/16 financial year recap …
Thanks to Daniel Hurley from the University of Melbourne
Systems Biology Laboratory, the
that I produced with S. Randall Thomas is now available as a
that is straightforward to install and get running.
Our first trial of live influenza forecasting for metropolitan Melbourne is
publicly available surveillance data.
It will be very exciting to see how the forecasts evolve in the coming months!