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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Infectious Diseases
Bio I am a post-doctoral scholar and epidemiologist passionate about environmental health and social justice. I have recently finished my Ph.D. in public health epidemiology from Kent State University College of Public Health focusing on chikungunya, Zika, and dengue in Cali, Colombia. My many roles in the LaBeaud lab include: supporting and enhancing ongoing and future projects in data management, mapping, and analysis; creating collaborations; designing new studies; and thinking about global health. Previously I worked on vector control with attractive toxic sugar baiting experiments and dengue and Chagas’ disease surveillance and control. I also have experience in prevention of domestic violence and HIV through human rights advocacy. I studied international health and development at Tulane University School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and Biochemistry at John Carroll University.