PIPP Phase I:
Our PIPP Phase I study aims to address the following Grand Challenge question:
How can we characterize the pandemic potential of an early-stage disease outbreak and ready population health models for mitigation before the pathogen spreads regionally or internationally?
Through our efforts, our projects and team have grown! We are applying for a PIPP Phase II award. If funded, our new Center will be called The Center for Network Science of Outbreaks, Pandemics, and Environments (NeTScOPE).
NetScOPE will be organized by two foundations and five pillars:
Network and Network Processes Foundation will be comprised of the following three pillars:
Mobility and Migration
Technology in Populations
Broader Impacts will be comprised of the following three pillars:
Education and Workforce Development
Collaboration and Knowledge Transfer