Funding Support

The primary support for the development of these software tools and statistical methods has been by two National Institutes of Health (NIH) grants: NIH R01 AI138783 and NIH R01 HD68395. Our applied research projects using EpiModel have received funding from the NIH and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Our team also receives institutional support through center-level NIH grants. A full list of of our funding support can be found here.

EpiModel in the Scientific Literature

EpiModel and its extension packages have been used in multiple scientific journal articles. A full list of these articles can be found here or in a Zotero library. If you are aware of others, send us an email at to be included in this list. Examples of articles citing EpiModel include:

Earnest, Rebecca, Minttu M. Rönn, Meghan Bellerose, Thomas L. Gift, Andrés A. Berruti, Katherine K. Hsu, Christian Testa, Lin Zhu, Yelena Malyuta, and Nicolas A. Menzies. 2020. “Population-Level Benefits of Extragenital Gonorrhea Screening Among Men Who Have Sex with Men: An Exploratory Modeling Analysis.” Sexually Transmitted Diseases 47 (7): 484–90.
Everton, Sean F., and Robert Schroeder. 2019. “Plagues, Pagans, and Christians: Differential Survival, Social Networks, and the Rise of Christianity.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 58 (4): 775–89.
Goldstein, Neal D., Samuel M. Jenness, Deborah Tuttle, Mick Power, David A. Paul, and Stephen C. Eppes. 2018. “Evaluating a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit MRSA Surveillance Programme Using Agent-Based Network Modelling.” Journal of Hospital Infection 100 (3): 337–43.
Jenness, Samuel M., Kevin M. Maloney, Dawn K. Smith, Karen W. Hoover, Steven M. Goodreau, Eli S. Rosenberg, Kevin M. Weiss, Albert Y. Liu, Darcy W. Rao, and Patrick S. Sullivan. 2019. “Addressing Gaps in HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis Care to Reduce Racial Disparities in HIV Incidence in the United States.” American Journal of Epidemiology 188 (4): 743–52.
Robinson, Stacie J., Michelle M. Barbieri, Samantha Murphy, Jason D. Baker, Albert L. Harting, Meggan E. Craft, and Charles L. Littnan. 2018. “Model Recommendations Meet Management Reality: Implementation and Evaluation of a Network-Informed Vaccination Effort for Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seals.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1870).
Thompson, Aderonke Favour-Bethy, Timilehin B. Aderinola, and Boniface Kayode Alese. 2020. “Modelling Malicious Attack in Social Networks.” Network and Communication Technologies 5 (1).