I’m an assistant professor in the Department of Epidemiology at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. ¬†Broadly, I’m interested in understanding mechanisms governing disease systems, for devising prevention and intervention strategies. Trained in environmental engineering, computer science, infectious disease modeling and epidemiology, I apply mathematical modeling and Bayesian inference methods to address a wide range of questions related to both communicable and noncommunicable¬†diseases.

Much of my research has focused on statistical inference and forecast of infectious diseases including influenza, measles, and Ebola.

More recently, I have started to work on modeling cancer diseases.

Prospective students and researchers interested in working with me should check on Openings.

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