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Summer Boot Camp Registration...

Summer Boot Camp Registration Open

University of Idaho students, staff and faculty are invited to participate in the Remote Summer Boot Camp – Computing, Data & Visualization June 8-12, 2020 hosted by the Center for Advanced Energy Studies (CAES) and Collaborative Computing Center (C3) in collaboration with the CAES universities: Boise State University, Idaho State University, University of Idaho, and […]

All-Hands Virtual Poster Sess...

IMCI is hosting a virtual poster session as part of the GenoPheno All-Hands meeting for the EPSCoR Track-2 project on May 28-29. You are invited to participate. We are asking each presenter to create a 1-minute YouTube video that briefly introduces your research. A link to these “elevator pitch” videos will be included with the […]

Academic Poster Templates Ava...

Academic Poster Templates Available

If you are preparing to present a poster representative of IMCI-related research, feel free to use one of the following templates. Each has been carefully designed using the university’s brand and IMCI logo and includes placeholders and text to help you create a simple and succinct presentation. Click on the image of your choice to […]

University of Idaho Works to ...

University of Idaho Works to Develop Cure for COVID-19

This press release was written by Leigh Cooper in University of Idaho Communications and Marketing. View the original press release here. See the article published in the Idaho Press here. Dr. Marty Ytreberg is the Associate Director of IMCI. MOSCOW, Idaho — April 20, 2020 —The University of Idaho is working to identify a cure for coronaviruses, […]

Modeling COVID-19 in Idaho

Experts across the nation are using modeling to help make decisions regarding how to respond to COVID-19. But knowing the infection rate in New York or an estimated death toll in Washington state doesn’t really help our great state of Idaho. To address Idaho’s specific rural population, age distribution and travel, modeling researchers at Boise […]

Skilled Scientists Hard at Wo...

Skilled Scientists Hard at Work

As much as possible, even amid state shut-downs and online classes, IMCI scientists and researchers continue to work, strategize, collaborate and share their expertise. Director Holly Wichman is coordinating a team of modelers from across Idaho to help the state predict the spread of the virus so resources can be deployed proactively and strategically. And […]

Modeling COVID-19

Modeling COVID-19

When COVID-19 landed in Washington state, researchers at the Institute for Disease Modeling (IDM) in Bellevue quickly switched their focus from tuberculosis and malaria to track and forecast the coronavirus pathogen that was threatening their own country. Mike Fumulare is the group’s lead coronavirus modeler and finds his work days longer than ever, even though […]

Spring Seminar Changes

Spring Seminar Changes

Like many of you, IMCI continues to monitor and follow university, state and national guidelines in regards to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Please be aware that the Seminar scheduled on April 2 has been canceled. The Seminar on April 16 with Rachael Bay from UC Davis will be held virtually. You may participate from IRIC […]

Growing Team Research

Nearly 60 scientists from across campus came together to brainstorm possible interdisciplinary research topics on January 30 and February 6. We were excited by the lively discussion and thrilled that 12 different small groups formed. If you are interested in joining any of the following research groups, email or contact the group lead. You […]

Spring Seminars Announced

Save these dates! IMCI and IBEST are pleased to announce our seminar speakers for this spring. The following individuals will be talking on Thursdays in EP 122, 12:30 – 1:20: April 2 – Mike Famulare, Institute for Disease Modeling“Biological challenges on the path to polio eradication—insights from mathematical modeling” April 16 – Rachael Bay, UC […]