Global health research, outbreak analysis and modelling are a collective effort, with academic centres of excellence in many countries making major contributions. We have actively collaborated at all scales from working with individual researchers to championing formal networks linking centres of excellence. With our partners it is our objective to create, strengthen and adapt capacity for modelling and quantitative data analytics. One example includes our collaboration in India led by Professor Nimalan Arinaminpathy and our continued collaboration on TB modelling work.

Our partnerships have different objectives, ranging from long-standing alliances with key agencies such as WHO and The Global Fund, to project specific collaborations centred on priority topic areas.  For example, Neil Ferguson and most research leads are members of expert advisory committees of internatioal organizations including WHO, The Global Fund and GAVI, and other organisations.

We also contribute to technical capability development where it is needed– in the most affected countries and regions. Jameel Institute researchers are regularly contributing to teaching activities.

See our 2022 annual report for examples of our work.