- The International Clinics on Infectious Diseases Dynamics and Data (ICI3D) Program provides junior researchers from the US and Africa with opportunities to develop the toolsets necessary to conduct integrative research in infectious disease dynamics and to communicate their questions, methods, and findings across disciplinary boundaries.
- The Clinic on Meaningful Modeling of Epidemiological Data (MMED) is a 2‐week modeling clinic that emphasizes the use of data in understanding infectious disease dynamics. Participants conduct modeling projects informed by epidemiological data that address practical questions in a meaningful way. MMED is held each June in Cape Town.
- Clinic on Dynamical Approaches to Infectious Disease Data (DAIDD) is a week-long modeling clinic that provides an introduction to dynamical models used in the study of infectious disease dynamics. Instruction focuses on the conceptual foundations of modeling and model formulation for infectious disease research. DAIDD is held each December in Florida.