The purpose of this project is to establish a center at the University of Pittsburgh that brings together a diverse group of investigators to develop, validate, and translate methods for early detection and characterization of disease outbreaks; the project will emphasize the translation and dissemination of advanced surveillance technology for use by state and local public health agencies.
Research Projects and Collaborations
Trisano is the open source NEDSS solution that Dr. Espino’s team is extending for use by Allegheny County Department of Health and Tarrant County Health.
The objective of this project is to investigate and develop applications that explore biosurveillance informatics that focus on disease mobility models.
The major objective of this research is to advance the use of decision analysis in biosurveillance.
The purpose of the project is to maintain and expand the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s public health surveillance system