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IDAlert Project, Publicly Presented at Yale

The IDAlert Project was publicly introduced at Yale University during the Annual Alumni Day of the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH), by Cristina Arnés Sanz, a Master’s student in Public Health actively involved in the project.

Arnés, one of the co-authors of the paper “Decision-Support Tools to Build Climate Resilience Against Emerging Infectious Diseases in Europe and Beyond,” presented IDAlert’s innovative framework to address climate-sensitive infectious diseases. She was one of the five selected students to present a poster and received the award for the best presentation, given by the alumni.

All of this took place within the context of the Annual Alumni Day, held on Friday, October 6, 2023, with the topic of Data Driven Leadership. The event also featured a panel discussion with Dean Megan Ranney and distinguished Alumni, followed by a Student Poster Session and Competition showcasing projects that utilized up-to-date methods and novel data sources to inform decision-making and enhance leadership, all with the ultimate goal of creating healthier, safer, and empowered communities.

Photos: Mara Lavitt for Yale University

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