College of Natural Sciences

UT Austin COVID-19 Modeling Consortium

An interdisciplinary network of researchers and health professionals building models to detect, project, and combat COVID-19

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The UT COVID-19 Modeling Consortium unites scientists, social scientists, and engineers in developing innovative models that advance the surveillance, forecasting and mitigation of this unprecedented and elusive threat. Led by Professor Lauren Ancel Meyers, the consortium is actively supporting community workers and health professionals on the front line of the fight against COVID-19 and providing decision-support analyses for local, state and national leaders striving to protect the health and well-being of our society.

To learn more about UT COVID-19 Modeling Consortium models and research please visit our Publications and Projections webpages.


COVID-19 Modeling Consortium News

UT Epidemiologists Launch New Dashboards to Track COVID-19 Across Texas Communities


Early Spread of COVID-19 Appears Far Greater Than Initially Reported


The Risk That Students Could Arrive at School With the Coronavirus


New Tool to Guide Decisions on Social Distancing Uses Hospital Data and Emphasizes Protecting the Vulnerable


New Dashboard Projects COVID-19 Infections and Hospitalizations in Austin Metro Area


Hoping for a COVID-19 antiviral that limits virus spread


COVID-19 Drug Development Could Benefit from Approach Used Against Flu


For Each Day’s Delay in Social Distancing, a COVID-19 Outbreak Lasts Days Longer


Updated: New Model Forecasts When States, Cities Likely to See Peak in COVID-19 Deaths


New Model Forecasts 9 States Likely to See Peak in COVID-19 Deaths by End of April


Pandemic Model Shows Importance of Social Distancing in 22 Texas Cities


Coronavirus Spreads Quickly and Sometimes Before People Have Symptoms, Study Finds


Researchers Say Spread of Coronavirus Extends Far Beyond China’s Quarantine Zone