Yale School of Public Health
Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases
Dan Weinberger is an Associate Professor in Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases at Yale School of Public Health. His research uses a combination of quantitative analysis, laboratory experiments and field work to understand the epidemiology and biology of respiratory infections. Recent work has focused on developing novel analytical methods for the evaluation of vaccines using time series and spatial data. He collaborates widely with public health agencies and academic organizations around the world on these issues. He earned his PhD in biological sciences from Harvard School of Public Health, with a focus on Infectious Disease Epidemiology, and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the Division of International Epidemiology and Population Studies in the Fogarty International Center at the NIH.

Moderator Of 2 Sessions

Workshop 01: Epidemiological Data Analysis (1) Evaluating Disease Burden and Vaccine Impact Using Time Series Administrative Data

Session Type
On-site Pre-Symposium Workshop
Date
Sun, 19.06.2022
Session Time
09:00 - 12:00
Room
Grand Ballroom Centre
Session Description
The workshop will be a mix of didactic presentation and hands on data analysis through some worked examples. We will focus on interrupted time series analysis and synthetic controls analysis, discussing the concepts, the mechanics of setting up and running the analyses in R, and the interpretation of results. Attendees will be asked to register for a free account on a free web-based platform for using R (rstudio.cloud) and to optionally view videos on an "Introduction to R" and 'Data Wrangling in R" before attending.

Please note: All ISPPD-12 Workshops are highly interactive and designed to allow at least 25% active learning for the maximum registrants anticipated.
Session Type
Parallel Session
Date
Mon, 20.06.2022
Session Time
15:20 - 16:35
Room
Grand Ballroom West
Session Description
Please note: Each presentation is followed by about 3 minutes of Q&A. The audience is encouraged to send questions to the speakers from the beginning of their presentations. Q&A time is included in each speaker’s presentation duration, accounting for at least 25% active learning for the maximum registrants anticipated.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

Epidemiology of pneumococcal disease in adults: Changingtrends in serotype distribution and disease burden (ID 940)

Session Type
Industry-Sponsored Symposium
Date
Tue, 21.06.2022
Session Time
07:15 - 08:45
Room
Grand Ballroom Centre
Lecture Time
07:25 - 07:36