About Me

I am currently a post-doctoral research scientist working with Prof. Jeffrey Shaman in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University. My research focus is the modeling, inference and forecast of infectious disease spread. Using mechanistic models at different scales and Bayesian statistical methods, I work on the development of skillful forecast systems for the seasonal and spatial transmission of influenza and dengue. Meanwhile, I study how to infer the nosocomial transmission and asymptomatic colonization of antibiotic-resistant pathogens from partial observations.

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