Research from experts in the Department of Statistics and the Department of Mathematics has been featured in a Futurity article “Comparing 17.5 million options shows CDC got COVID vaccine rollout right.”
The article is based on the work of MD Rafiul Islam, a postdoc research associate in the Department of Mathematics; Audrey McCombs, a graduate student in the Department of Statistics and Claus Kadelka, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics.
Their original study “Evaluation of the United States COVID-19 vaccine allocation” was published on PLOS ONE. This work has been covered by several media outlets.
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