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  • Continue working on public health issues in Thailand and Southeast Asia using modelling approaches.
  • Take a participatory modelling approach to engage with communities as well as policy makers. Participation will be sought at all stages of model development and analysis, enabling the stakeholders to play an active and influential role in stating research problems, designing the study and coming to the health decisions.
  • Build collaborations with staff of Mahidol’s faculty of Tropical Medicine, other Mahidol faculties, the Thai Ministry of Public Health and other national organizations.
  • Provide support and work collaboratively with other MAEMOD groups.
  • Develop a multi-species febrile illness modelling approach to explore cost effective horizontal public health strategy.