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Using mathematical models to make informed COVID policy decisions at Ithaca College

Contributed by Ted Galanthay on 04/09/21 

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Monday, 4/12 at 4pm.   Mathematical modeling of the COVID19 pandemic cases at Ithaca College was an essential tool in planning for our Fall '20 & Spring '21 Semesters. Join us to learn why modeling is critical in a public health response, which model to choose, and how cross-disciplinary skills are needed to work in a dynamic environment. 

Everyone is invited!   Please join us for our Math Colloquium series this semester on Mondays at 4pm: ithaca.zoom.us/j/91482691861.  If you have any questions, please contact Prof. Ted Galanthay at tgalanthay@ithaca.edu.

This week we are hosting Professors Dave Gondek and Leann Kanda from Biology and Ted Galanthat from Mathematics who will be sharing their experiences in applying a mathematical model to help inform policy decisions on COVID testing protocols right here at Ithaca College.  Mathematical modeling of the COVID19 pandemic cases at Ithaca College was an essential tool in planning for our Fall '20 & Spring '21 Semesters. Join us to learn why modeling is critical in a public health response, which model to choose, and how cross-disciplinary skills are needed to work in a dynamic environment. Get answers to these questions, come with your questions, and find out how Ithaca College professors advised campus decision-makers on COVID testing policy.

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