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A workshop took place last week for the modellers from across disciplines in CGHR to enhance collaboration across statistics mathematical modelling and economics as well as medicine.

Group photo of CGHR colleagues in college hall

Colleagues met at Christ Church last week for a workshop on modelling in health services. The event saw participation from various research groups including HSC, IDDO, DRiADD/MICROBE, BDI and IHTM, alongside Paul Revill Research Professor at the University of York.

The workshop proved useful in enhancing collaboration and combining expertise from statistics, mathematical modelling, economics, and medicine to help us tackle complex health-related issues more effectively.