Lone Simonsen, professor and project leader, firstname.lastname@example.org
Temperate climate malaria in nineteenth century DenmarkIngholt, M. M., Chen, T. T., Hildebrandt, F., Pedersen, R. K. & Simonsen, L., 4 May 2022, In: BMC Infectious Diseases. 22, 1, 432.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Meet the NORDEMICS consortium
The NORDEMICS consortium consists of members and partners from Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Sweden.
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.
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.
The project Pathogens, Pandemics and the Development of Nordic Societies (NORDEMICS) has been granted 11 mio. DKK from Nordforsk.
Base at Roskilde University
The research center is based at Department of Science and Environment
Participating research units: PandemiX Center, Mathematics and Physics (IMFUFA), Molecular and Medical Biology
PhD Programme: Doctoral School of Science and Environment
Relevant degree programmes: Matematical Bioscience // Molecular Health Science // International Bachelor in Natural Sciences
Research at Roskilde University
Find additional information about Nordemics: Pathogens, Pandemics and the Development of Nordic Societies
The research project at the Roskilde University Research Potal
Director, head of project, professor
Prone +45 2342 9503
Johanne Greibe Andersen
Phone +45 4674 3980