Division of International Epidemiology and Population Studies (DIEPS) conducts original research in epidemiology and mathematical modeling of diseases, genomic evolution of pathogens, implementation sciences and population studies while seeking to enhance the scientific underpinnings of policies related to international health. DIEPS works to build research capacity in low- and middle-income countries through training and collaborative research in mathematical modeling, genomic epidemiology, biorisk management, implementation sciences and studies in childhood health and development.
David J. Spiro, Ph.D., Director
Read summaries of recently published studies from Fogarty's Division of International Epidemiology & Population Studies (DIEPS).
Publications & News
- Synchrony of Bird Migration with Global Dispersal of Avian Influenza Reveals Exposed Bird Orders, co-authored by Fogarty’s Nidia Trovão
Nature Communications, February 6, 2024
Comparative evolution of influenza A virus H1 and H3 head and stalk domains across host species, co-authored by Fogarty’s Nidia Trovão and Joshua Cherry
mBio, January 16, 2024
Effects of Cooking with Liquefied Petroleum Gas or Biomass on Stunting in Infants, authored by HAPIN Trial investigators, supported by Fogarty and other NIH Institutes and Centers
England Journal of Medicine, January 4, 2024
Liquefied Petroleum Gas or Biomass Cooking and Severe Infant Pneumonia, authored by HAPIN Trial investigators, supported by Fogarty and other NIH Institutes and Centers
New England Journal of Medicine, January 4, 2024
Updated February 8, 2024