I am currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, College of Public Health, at the University of Georgia (UGA). I also serve as Associate Department Head and Graduate Coordinator and as Director of the Health Systems Modeling Core of UGA’s Health Informatics Institute.
My research focuses on data analysis and modeling to study the spread and control of infectious diseases, mainly influenza, tuberculosis and norovirus. You can learn more about this work on my research group site. Information on other activities (teaching, presentations, blog posts, etc.), can be found on this website.
Postdoc in Computational Biology, 2004-2009
PhD in Physics, 1999-2004
Georgia Institute of Technology
BSc (equiv) in Physics, 1996-1999
University of Stuttgart
R package that allows building and analysis of dynamical models without the need to write code.
R package that teaches modeeling for within-host infection and immunology.
R package that teaches modern infectious disease epidemiology in a user-friendly way.