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传染病建模(英文)(Infectious Disease Modelling) (官网投稿)

《传染病建模(英文)》(Infectious Disease Modelling),创刊于2016年,2021年获批国家统一连续出版物号,是一份经过同行评审的开放获取期刊,旨在促进数学建模、传染病数据检索和分析以及公共卫生决策支持方面的研究工作。
本刊为:目次收录(维普), 目次收录(超星), 目次收录(知网),外文期刊,
















欢迎楼一均、何岱海担任Infectious Disease Modelling新副主编!

2020年,Infectious Disease ModellingIDM)被ESCI收录,同时入选2020年中国科技期刊卓越行动计划高起点新刊项目。



2021年,Infectious Disease ModellingIDM)迎来了两位新任副主编:楼一均博士,香港理工大学应用数学系副教授;何岱海博士,香港理工大学应用数学系副教授。热烈欢迎两位副教授担任IDM副主编。

Infectious Disease Modelling

Infectious Disease Modelling IDM)是一份经过同行评审的开放获取期刊,旨在促进数学建模、传染病数据检索和分析以及公共卫生决策支持方面的研究工作。


- Developing new frameworks, models and methodologies including comparisons with existing models, theories and methods to indicate demonstrable advantages;

- Applications of exiting models and methodologies to new infectious diseases and/or public health issues;

- Integrative use of methodologies and interdisciplinary approaches to evaluate intervention programs and to inform surveillance design;

-Developing linkages between data, modelling, analytics and policy.

期刊目前已被DOAJESCIEmbasePubMed CentralScopus 收录,并且已经提交了MEDLINE申请,正在接受评估。入选2020年中国科技期刊卓越行动计划高起点新刊项目。所有文章均可在ScienceDirect免费下载阅读。









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