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 2016
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December 2016
Our team's research work is cited in ACIP's recommendations for 'Use of a 2-Dose Schedule Human Papillomavirus Vaccination' [ CDC ]
December 2016
SAGE-WHO MEETING. SAGE issued recommendations regarding introduction of HPV vaccination in low to middle income countries based partly on modeling results presented by Marc Brisson to SAGE in October 2016. [ WHO ]
November 2016
INTERVIEW IN 'PLANÈTE F' MAGAZINE. Marc Brisson is interviewed about vaccinating boys against HPV [ Planète F ]
November 2016
PUBLICATION IN LANCET PUBLIC HEALTH: 'Cost-effectiveness of the next generation nonavalent human papillomavirus vaccine in the context of primary human papillomavirus screening in Australia: a comparative modelling analysis' [ Lancet Pub Health ] [ Accompanying Comment ]

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