Addressing the socioeconomic divide in computational modeling for infectious diseases

Paper by Michele Tizzoni et al: “The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how structural social inequities fundamentally shape disease dynamics, yet these concepts are often at the margins of the computational modeling community. Building on recent research studies in the area of digital and computational epidemiology, we provide a set of practical and methodological recommendations to address socioeconomic vulnerabilities in epidemic models…(More)”.