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The Pandemic Sciences Institute (PSI) is a multi-disciplinary centre of global research collaboration in pandemic sciences. Launched in 2022, PSI’s purpose is to help ensure that the world is better equipped to prepare for, identify and counter future pandemic threats.

The PSI’s senior investigators represent all four divisions of the University (Medical Sciences; Humanities; Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences; and Social Sciences). Our expertise includes infectious disease, vaccines, therapeutics, clinical trials, diagnostics, data analytics, epidemiology, ethics, history, social science and policy.

Learn more about the PSI