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Research Project Pathogens, Pandemics and the Development of Nordic Societies

Project Duration: 05/01/2021 - 04/30/2024
Coronavirus COVID-19

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Photo: Stock photo of a vaccination. Colourbox.

Using historic data to investigate the long-term success of mandatory vaccination laws

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Picture: Figure from the paper. BMC Infectious Diseases. https://bmcinfectdis.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12879-022-07422-2.

Temperate climate malaria in nineteenth century Denmark

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Stockfoto af Corona-virus

Position as Researcher in Historic Epidemiology at University of Oslo

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Partners in the Nordic countries

Publications

Insights

Pictures of all members in the NORDEMICS research group

Meet the NORDEMICS consortium

The NORDEMICS consortium consists of members and partners from Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Sweden.

Needle for vaccination

Finland's first vaccine mandate

A preprint from NORDEMICS researchers shows that Finland’s first vaccine mandate helped to raise vaccination rates, and has implications for COVID-19 vaccine policy.

Corona demonstration with sign saying "stop corona"

Signatures of pandemics in transition

Data from previous pandemics was used to integrate demography, social mixing, and immunity into a mathematical model to establish a plausible range for future COVID-19 incidence and mortality.

Funding

The project Pathogens, Pandemics and the Development of Nordic Societies (NORDEMICS) has been granted 11 mio. DKK from Nordforsk.

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Base at Roskilde University

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The research project at the Roskilde University Research Potal

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Contact

Lone Simonsen
Director, head of project, professor
Prone +45 2342 9503
lonesimo@ruc.dk

Johanne Greibe Andersen
Project coordinator
Phone +45 4674 3980
johannea@ruc.dk