Coordinating research activities in mathematical modelling

HIV Modelling Consortium

The HIV Modelling Consortium aims to help improve scientific support for decision making by co-coordinating a wide range of research activities in mathematically modelling the HIV epidemic.

The HIV Modelling Consortium, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is hosted by a Secretariat based in Imperial College London, which is directed by Professor Timothy Hallett.

By providing efficient funding to modelling groups across the globe, the Consortium seeks to answer pressing questions covering a wide range of topics.


News & Events

  • NEWS | 30 September 2015 | General

    Applications sought for a Research Fellow to join the HIV MC team

    The HIV Modelling Consortium Secretariat, based at Imperial College London, is currently looking for a Research Fellow to join our team in London. The Research Fellow will be expected to plan...

    Ellen McRobie
  • EVENT | 18 July 2015

    Allocative Efficiency Tools Fit-For-Purpose Assessment

    Mathematical modeling has become a powerful tool to support allocative efficiency analyses. It is an essential step to assist in the selection process of programme interventions that can achieve...

    Vancouver, Canada