Nuffield research on COVID-19

08 Apr 20

Nuffield research on COVID-19

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Nuffield members and their colleagues have been using social science methods to examine some of the big questions about the spread of COVID-19.

[Last updated Tuesday 27 November 2020, 16:09]

For example, Nuffield Fellow Melinda Mills and the team at the Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science are collating demographic evidence to inform our understanding of the transmission of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and fatalities. Among many other sources, they also analyse data collected by Nuffield Associate Member Max Roser with colleagues Hannah Ritchie and Esteban Ortiz-Ospina from Our World in Data on their dedicated coronavirus webpage.

Some of the research being undertaken by Nuffield Fellows has been listed on our dedicated COVID-19 research page. Expert comment and media appearances can also be found on these pages.