Multiscale Modeling and Viral Pandemics
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- Identify people working in this area to include a paragraph on their work. (Suspense February 28, 2021)
- Recruit members (assemble the masses)
- Assemble into a directory of researchers. (bibliography for subgroup)
- Identify other subgroups that you should coordinate with
- Prepare a white paper, approx. 5pp in length, excluding references that does the following: (Suspense May 31, 2021)
- Describe the focus of the subgroup, the major problems within it, and the role modeling can play in it
- Describe what models and data are available, and the extent of our biological knowledge, available experimental systems, etc.
- Describe what is needed that does not exist yet: models, data, experimental approaches, etc.
- Outline any action items that could get us there.
- These white papers can form the basis of a collective publication on the topic of multi scale modeling and viral pandemics.
- Catalyze research projects through presentations, exchange of ideas, search for strategic opportunities. (Suspense August 30, 2021)
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Group Activities and Schedule:
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If you would like to attend a teleconference please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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