Health economic modeling and numerical simulation
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- Curriculum vitae
- R&D eligible for the French research tax credit.
Agréé au titre du crédit d'impôt recherche (CIR) en tant que prestataire de recherche.
Antimicrobial empirical therapies and drug resistance
Artificial intelligence methods and in silico clinical trials to optimize empirical antimicrobial prescriptions in health care facilities.
Methods based on numerical simulations of the spread of nosocomial infections.
Working papers: optimization without epidemiological data and surveillance based optimization.
With Nicolas Houy.
Epidemics and individual behavior
COVID-19 pandemic: models of individual behaviors under lockdown and their epidemiological consequences.
Vaccination behavior: infectious disease models featuring individual vaccination decisions. Investigation of vaccination refusal and hesitancy. Evaluation of vaccination policies.
With Nicolas Houy and Philippe Michel.
Evolutionary game theory
Evolutionary accounts of cooperative behaviors between self-interested individuals. Working paper: Random tags can sustain high heterophily levels. With Nicolas Houy.
- J. Flaig, N. Houy, and P. Michel, Cost effectiveness and policy announcement: The case of measles mandatory vaccination.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol. 485, 2020.
- N. Houy and J. Flaig Informed and uninformed empirical therapy policies.
Mathematical Medicine and Biology, 2019.
- J. Flaig and N. Houy, Altruism and fairness in Schelling’s segregation model.
Physica A, Vol. 527, 2019.
- J. Flaig, N. Houy, and P. Michel, Canonical modeling of anticipatory vaccination behavior and long term epidemic recurrence.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, Vol. 436, pp. 26–38, 2018.
A simulation based approach to individual vaccination behavior.
Université de Lyon, 2018.