Andrzej Jarynowski – Early warning analysis of African Swine Fever (ASF) Propagation in Eastern Europe

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Tuesday, 8 May 2018 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Berg Family Foundation Seminar Room, Level 6, Wallace Wurth Building, Kensington Campus, UNSW Sydney

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Kirby Institute Seminar Series presents

Andrzej Jarynowski

Andrzej Jarynowski

Research Assistant at University of Warsaw and Consultant at National Sanitary Inspection in Wroclaw

About your speaker

Andrzej Jarynowski is a computational epidemiologist from Poland, who is currently a visiting academic at Kirby funded by a scholarship from the Panther Consortium. He is a trainee in Epidemiology at the Military Institute of Epidemiology in Warsaw and has recently been awarded a ‘Candidate of Sciences’ diploma from Jagiellonian Univ. in Cracow pending award of a PhD. Andrzej’s work involves studying disease propagation on agent based networks.


Since the first notification of ASF (a viral infection causing an acute disease in domestic pigs and wild boar) in the European Union in 2014, disease has propagated from the East to the West at a speed of around 200km per year causing yearly losses of several billion Euros. Lessons learned about the epidemiology and practical implementation of control measures encouraged us to develop a mathematical model for risk assessment and to predict future geographical transmission paths.