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Luiz Mostaço-Guidolin

  • Ph.D.
  • Senior Research Scientist - Epidemiologist
  • Manitoba Health
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Recent publications

  • Pandemic H1N1 Vaccination and Incidence of Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis in Manitoba

    • Jackson A
    • Mostaço-Guidolin L
    • Sinnock H
    • et al.
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  • Age distribution of infection and hospitalization among Canadian First Nations populations during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.

    • Mostaço-Guidolin L
    • Towers S
    • Buckeridge D
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Senior Research Scientist - Epidemiologist

Manitoba Health

April 2015 - Present

Assistant Professor

University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine

November 2014 - Present

Research Associate

University of Manitoba

November 2012 - March 2015(2 years)

Postdoctoral Fellow

York University

July 2011 - October 2012(a year)

Post Doc

University of Winnipeg

July 2010 - July 2011(a year)



Departamento de Física, FFCLRP - Universidade de São Paulo

November 2007 - January 2011(3 years)


Instituto de Física/IFUSP

January 2004 - November 2007(4 years)


Instituto de Física/IFUSP

January 2000 - December 2003(4 years)


I received my Ph.D. in Physics Applied to Medicine and Biology form the University of São Paulo, Brazil in 2011. In the field of computational science, my research interests include the modelling of complex and biological systems, statistical analysis, mathematical and software optimization, complex networks, and multi-agent systems. I am currently involved in the development of agent-based modelling computational frameworks for simulating the spread of emerging infectious diseases in large-scale and interconnected populations, through which the assessment of public health intervention strategies can be performed and optimal scenarios identified.


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