Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases

Infectious disease epidemiology is the study of the relationships among hosts and infection causative agents. Epidemiologists are focussed on virus spread or transmission, with or without disease. In order to model virus transmission, epidemiologists try to account for a variety of factors involving both host and virus.

Susceptibility to infectious disease results from several major corresponding factors, including socioeconomic, biological, and environmental factors. Major social processes such as globalization, unplanned rapid urbanization, widespread poverty, and inequalities lead to vulnerability of population subgroups.

 

  • Host pathogen interactions
  • Pathophysiology of infectious diseases
  • Signs and symptoms of infectious diseases
  • Diagnosis of infectious diseases
  • Treatment of infectious diseases
  • Prevalence of infectious diseases
  • Prevention and control of infectious diseases
  • Global health epidemiology

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