My career in mathematical modeling of infectious diseases began with my research
on modeling sexually transmitted infections (STIs) at Tulane University. Since then,
I have developed an extensive skillset, focusing on developing, extending and analyzing
models to understand spread of infections, and to guide public health officials improve
strategies for mitigating the impact of these diseases.
Here are a selection of my past and current projects, and a list of my Publications.
Effect of Human Behavior on Evolution of Viral Strains During an Epidemic