Infectious disease modeler and biostatistician Ira Longini is applying decades of experience to help design and analyze clinical trials to identify a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine.
Which global distribution strategy for a hypothetical COVID-19 vaccine will save the most lives?
The WHO Solidarity Trial will test multiple vaccines at possibly hundreds of sites in tens of thousands of participants to find vaccines with at least 50% efficacy.
Increased parenting responsibilities may impact career productivity. Dr. Natalie Dean and colleagues offer recommendations for academic institutions.
Drs. Natalie Dean and Michelle Cardel share what they’ve learned about diversifying science conversations in the news and social media.
A new model by Dr. Ira Longini shows how Floridians' mobility and close contact has changed these past few months.
A new model shows that robust testing, contact tracing and household quarantining could offset a second pandemic wave once social distancing rules are relaxed.
The award is one of the university’s top honors for a junior faculty member.
Congratulations to Natalie Dean, Assistant Professor in the Department of Biostatistics, one of the Winners of the 2020 Excellence Awards for Assistant Professors! Read More…
In the Washington Post, New York Times, Vox, Bloomberg, CNN and plenty more places covering COVID-19, you can find biostatistician Natalie Dean of the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions/UF College of Medicine helping everyday people understand her incredibly complex field.