Marc Brisson, PhD
Full Professor

Current research aims to develop and utilise mathematical models to study the natural history and transmission dynamics of infectious disease, and to predict the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of different control strategies and their impact on health inequalities. The work includes epidemiological analysis, mathematical modelling, valuation of outcomes (i.e. QALYs gained), and economic analysis.

Summer 2017
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May 2017
Marc Brisson was at the World Health Organization's workshop 'WHO Blueprint Plan of Action - Designing a vaccine efficacy trial during Public Health Emergencies: Towards the development of guidelines and interactive tools'. The workshop was held 1-2 May 2017 in Annecy, France.
May 2017
Marc Brisson has ranked 1st in the 2017-2018 Research Scholars Junior 2 competition of the 'Fonds de recherche du Québec - Santé' (FRQS).
May 2017
Marc Brisson is a principal investigator on a $ 10 million grant for the Canadian Immunization Research Network (CIRN) obtained from the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
January 2017
PUBLICATION IN THE AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY: 'Bias Due to Correlation Between Times-at-Risk for Infection in Epidemiologic Studies Measuring Biological Interactions Between Sexually Transmitted Infections: A Case Study Using Human Papillomavirus Type Interactions.' [ PubMed ]

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