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(2011-present) The Pennsylvania State University
(2010-2011) EcoHealth Alliance (formerly The Wildlife Trust)
Performed literature reviews, database management & analysis primarily for modeling projects aimed at exploring the emergence of infectious diseases. Performed laboratory work for viral discovery, as part of the PREDICT
project, with Simon Anthony
at Columbia University. Member of working groups addressing an array of study systems including Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) of American Honey Bees, White Nose Syndrome and Ebolavirus.
(2007-2010) Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
BA (Hons) Archaeology & Anthropology (Biological Anthropology)
Undergraduate Thesis 'The Population Structure of African Vervet Monkeys (Cercopithecus pygerythrus)'
with Dr. Leslie Knapp.
To find out more about how I got into studying infectious diseases and why I came across the pond to study at the CIDD, you can read this profile
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