Audrey McCombs, a Ph.D. candidate in ecology and statistics, and Claus Kadelka, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, have published an article in The Conversation.
The article, “US vaccine rollout was close to optimal at reducing deaths and infections, according to a model comparing 17.5 million alternative approaches” summarizes the academic work and findings of a research group, which includes McCombs and Kadelka.
The group’s research was recently published in a peer-reviewed paper on PLOS ONE.
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