Using Epidemix for teaching? Please contact us at least 7 days in advance.


Epidemix was developed in recognition of the importance of effectively linking modelling with policy decision making. Our goal is to provide a teaching resource and to support improved communication between epidemiologists and decision makers by making models accessible without the need to learn complex mathematics or a specialist programming language.

Professor Dirk Pfeiffer

Tierarzt,, PhD, MANZCVSc, DipECVPH, FHEA

City University of Hong Kong
Chow Tak Fung Chair Professor of One Health

Dr Guillaume Fournié

DrVetMed MSc PhD

National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (INRAE), France

Dr Petra Muellner

Dr. med. vet., MSc (Public Health Epi), PhD, Dipl ECVPH, MANZCVS (Epidemiology)

EPI-interactive, New Zealand
Director (Science & Data)

Dr Uli Muellner

BSc, PGD (Computer Sciences), PhD

EPI-interactive, New Zealand
Director (Learning & IT)

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Dr Guillaume Fournie


Muellner U, Fournie G, Muellner P, Ahlstrom C, Pfeiffer D. epidemix - an Interactive Multi-Model Application for Teaching and Visualizing Infectious Disease Transmission. Epidemics, doi: 10.1016/j.epidem.2017.12.003, 2017. [Available here]


Epidemix would not be what it is without the following colleagues and friends who supported the development of Epidemix as we can share it with you today:

Dr Susanne Pfeiffer
Younjung Kim

Martin Walker

Dr Liang Yang
Dr Christina Ahlstrom
Crystal Johnston
Anna Poulin
Nick Snellgrove
Shanna Tervoort-McLeod

Dr Manuel José Sanchez Vazquez
Dr Enrique Perez
Dr Ana Riviere-Cinnamond
Tshewang Dorji

Professor Andres Perez
Kim Nguyen
Julia Baker
Kirby Yamamoto