IDDconf 2018 was the second instalment of a new meeting series focussing on innovative research in infectious disease dynamics.
The meeting seeks to be an opportunity for infectious disease modellers to share new ideas, in-progress research, and build an open and collaborative network of scientists.
Topics include any aspects of infectious disease dynamics: from methodological to applied modelling of emerging, epidemic and endemic infectious diseases, including epidemiology, phylodynamics, evolutionary biology and ecology.
IDDconf is organised by the Centre for Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.
Myself and Elizabeth Buckingham-Jeffery had the opportunity to present a joint talk on our research modelling visceral leishmaniasis in rural Brazil.