Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology 

The Centre is based at both the Farr Institute and also the Mortimer Market Centre, and is jointly led by Dr Andrew Hayward and Professor Ibrahim Abubakar. 

For general information about our group and research, contact Cherry Heaven, Centre Administrator, at c.heaven@ucl.ac.uk

For CIDE staff profiles, click here

For specific contact details, see the Infection & Population Health staff listing. 

Our current research includes the following studies - 

CIDE Royal Free

Epidemiology of severe community onset staphylococcal infections
FIT: Feedback Intervention Trial
Flu watch: Community study of behavioral & biological determinants of transmission to inform seasonal & pandemic planning
Geographical profiling of infectious disease outbreaks
I’m a Scientist, Decipher my Data: Flu!
ICONIC: Infection Response through Virus Genomics
Infectious Disease Research Network (IDRN)
Investigating the epidemiology of tuberculosis and the cost effectiveness of novel diagnostic screening pathways in migrants to the UK
I-STRAT trial: Do Isolation Strategies reduce endemic levels of MRSA and Clostridium difficile associated diarrhoea?
Migration as a social determinant of dengue fever transmission in Colombia
NOSEC: National Observation Study of the Effectiveness of the Clean Your Hands Campaign
Role of influenza as a trigger for acute myocardial infarction: evidence from clinical, epidemiological and statistical studies
TB: Droplet Study – Effect of variations in bio-aerosol production on TB infectivity
Tuberculosis in hard-to-reach groups - programme grant

CIDE Mortimer Market

ACE study: Improving The Detection Active and Latent Tb in Accident and Emergency Departments and Evaluation of Health Protection Service Interventions against Tuberculosis
Systematic Review and Modelling of Genetic Tests for Drug Resistant TB
Next Generation Tests for Latent TB
BCG case control study
HALT: Latent TB study
HALT: Hepatitis study
PREDICT study (external link)

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