Welcome to Emory CAMP

The Emory Coalition for Applied Modeling for Prevention (CAMP) is dedicated to creating models that improve public health decision-making at the national, state, and local levels. We use statistical, epidemic simulation, and economic models to uncover new disease patterns and inform prevention policies in five areas: HIV, viral hepatitis, sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis and school/adolescent health.

We are made up of experts from a variety of fields - epidemiologists, economic and infectious disease modelers, physicians, economists, and health department representatives - working in partnership with leaders at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Now in its fifth year, CAMP has published a variety of high-impact scientific papers that tackle tough public health questions and has released interactive web tools that guide decision-making.

Explore our website to learn more about our work and the CAMP team. Thank you for visiting!

This work is supported by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [Grant #5 NU38 PS004646]

Featured Content

Estimating Prevalent Diagnoses and Rates of New Diagnoses of HIV at the State Level by Age Group Among Men who Have Sex With Men in the United States

Jones J,Grey J,Purcell D,Bernstein K,Sullivan P,Rosenberg E

Estimating Prevalent Diagnoses and Rates of New Diagnoses of HIV at the State Level by Age Group Among Men who Have Sex With Men in the United States

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Webinar: State-Level Prevalence Estimates of Hepatitis C

CAMP Recognizes National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Social Media Infographic

Current Efforts

The CAMP team is actively working on new and innovative models. View a brief synopsis of this upcoming work by following the below links to the respective focus areas. Check back periodically for the published work.