Henry Carscadden, a student-researcher at the Biocomplexity Institute, has been awarded the Louis T. Rader Undergraduate Research Prize in computer science.
The Virginia Department of Health has launched a new “Keep Virginia Safe” COVID-19 forecasting tournament with a $1,000 prize.
Coronavirus infections could be driven to low levels and the pandemic at least temporarily throttled in the United States by July if the vast majority of people get vaccinated and continue with precautions against viral transmission, according to a strikingly optimistic paper released Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Biocomplexity Institute Contributes to CDC Multi-Modeling Approach and Projects Decrease in COVID-19 Cases.
Researchers predict another surge in COVID-19 cases will strike Charlottesville and the surrounding health district at the end of April and continue through May.
Mutant strains of the coronavirus are spreading through the world’s population even as we vaccinate more people. Here's a look at how it's all playing out in Virginia.
Findings could transform how researchers conduct studies, collaborate with other scientists and share their findings with the world.
As many localities move into Phase 2 of the vaccination program, there are still those with hesitancy about the vaccine. UVA Biocomplexity Institute researchers say this could lead to vaccine-resistant variants.
COVID-19 variants, such as the B.1.1.7 and B.1.351, are increasing in Virginia and may be contributing to the cases seen in younger populations. Bryan Lewis explains that due to the lag in identifying these strains, real numbers of the variants are likely much higher.
With a mission to improve education and promote healthy communities, the Ronald Maese Peralta Foundation (RMP) has pledged a $5,000 donation to support the Data Science for the Public Good Young Scholars program at the University of Virginia’s Biocomplexity Institute.
The University of Virginia Biocomplexity Institute is excited to announce Dr. Sallie A. Keller was named the 2021 Samuel S. Wilks Memorial Award recipient by the American Statistical Association (ASA) in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of statistics.