Research Scientist

Emanuele Del Fava

Laboratory of Digital and Computational Demography

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I am a quantitative researcher with a Ph.D. in statistics, with a highly multidisciplinary research perspective (biostatistics, epidemiology, demography, health economics) and interest in computational methods and data. My expertise is mainly in statistical modeling of infectious diseases data and international migration data.

Projects

Assessing Migration Patterns in Latin America by Combining Traditional and Digital Trace Data Sources Projects details
Computational, Formal, and Behavioral Modeling of Infectious Disease Dynamics Projects details
COVerAGE-DB: COVID-19 cases and deaths by age and sex Projects details
Integrated Modeling of International Migration Flows Using Multiple Data Sources Projects details
The COVID-19 Health Behavior Survey Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Recent All

Del Fava, E.; Cimentada, J.; Perrotta, D.; Grow, A.; Rampazzo, F.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Zagheni, E.:
medRxiv preprints. unpublished. (2020)    
Grow, A.; Perrotta, D.; Del Fava, E.; Cimentada, J.:
Survey Research Methods 14:2, 10006–10007. (2020)    
Grow, A.; Perrotta, D.; Del Fava, E.; Cimentada, J.; Rampazzo, F.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Zagheni, E.:
SocArXiv papers. unpublished. (2020)    
Perrotta, D.; Grow, A.; Rampazzo, F.; Cimentada, J.; Del Fava, E.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Zagheni, E.:
medRxiv preprints. unpublished. (2020)    
Del Fava, E.; Shkedy, Z.:
In: Handbook of infectious disease data analysis, 1–24. New York: Taylor & Francis Group. (2019)

Other Publications

Melegaro, A.; Marziano, V.; Del Fava, E.; Poletti, P.; Tirani, M.; Rizzo, C.; Merler, S.:
BMC Medicine 16: 117 (2018)
Melegaro, A.; Del Fava, E.; Poletti, P.; Merler, S.; Nyamukapa, C.; Williams, J.; Gregson, S.; Manfredi, P.:
PLoS ONE 12: e0170459 (2017)
Del Fava, E.; Piccarreta, R.; Gregson, S.; Melegaro, A.:
PLoS ONE 11: e0163730 (2016)
Del Fava, E.; Shkedy, Z.; Aregay, M.; Molenberghs, G.:
Statistical Modelling 14: 99-133 (2014)
Del Fava, E.; Shkedy, Z.; Bechini, A.; Bonanni, P.; Manfredi P.:
Epidemics 4: 124-131 (2012)

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