Epidemiology is a course for students interested in understanding the mathematics of disease spread and determinants of disease distribution, etiology, and transmission through a research-focused lens.
Introduce students to epidemics, diseases, and biostatistics, with a special focus on their application to the COVID-19 pandemic
Develop critical thinking skills in students through student-led investigations and problem-based learning of epidemiological theory
Learn how to carry out outbreak investigations and mathematically analyze epidemiological data from quantitative studies
Analyze, resolve, and propose policy for real-life epidemics and disease scenarios!
Optional office hours with the instructors before class.
An innovative, student-led social impact project that allows students to apply their knowledge of epidemiology to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Personalized feedback and custom-made course materials from an ISEF Grand Prize Awardee and AIME qualifier!
Class Times: Mondays from 5PM - 6PM ET
Length: October 18 - January 10 (12 weeks)
Recommended Prerequisites: Pre-Algebra
Grade Range: 7+