Dr Rob Moss is an APPRISE Research Fellow and a Research Fellow in the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, The University of Melbourne. He is a collaborator in the public health pillar of APPRISE.
Robs’ research focus involves methods for predicting and mitigating the burden of seasonal and pandemic influenza. This includes the use of scenario modelling to inform recommendations for specific interventions, such as targeted antiviral distribution, and synthesising disease models and surveillance data to provide near-real-time epidemic forecasts.
APPRISE Fellowship Project: Improving indicators of influenza impact
- Development of an influenza pandemic decision support tool linking situational analytics to national response policy
- Constructing an ethical framework for priority allocation of pandemic vaccines
- Priority allocation of pandemic influenza vaccines in Australia – Recommendations of 3 community juries
- Coronavirus disease model to inform transmission reducing measures and health system preparedness, Australia
- Modelling the impact of COVID-19 in Australia to inform transmission reducing measures and health system preparedness [pre-print]
- Estimating temporal variation in transmission of COVID-19 and adherence to social distancing measures in Australia
- Early analysis of the Australian COVID-19 epidemic
- Infectious disease pandemic planning and response: Incorporating decision analysis
- Optimal timing of influenza vaccine during pregnancy: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
- Early analysis of the Australian COVID-19 epidemic [preprint]