Amelia Bertozzi-Villa

Postgraduate Research Scientist

Amelia Bertozzi-Villa

Postgraduate Research Scientist


Amelia Bertozzi-Villa earned her MPH from the University of Washington and Bachelor’s degree in Biology with honors and a minor in math from New York University. Prior to coming to IDM, Amelia worked as a Post-Bachelor Fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, where she focused primarily on small-area estimation of mortality at the county level in the US.

Amelia's research focuses on malaria transmission in Southeast Asia and the integration of empirical and dynamical disease modeling frameworks. Her other affiliations are with the University of Washington's iSchool and Oxford University's Malaria Atlas Project.

Biography

Amelia Bertozzi-Villa earned her MPH from the University of Washington and Bachelor’s degree in Biology with honors and a minor in math from New York University. Prior to coming to IDM, Amelia worked as a Post-Bachelor Fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, where she focused primarily on small-area estimation of mortality at the county level in the US.

Amelia's research focuses on malaria transmission in Southeast Asia and the integration of empirical and dynamical disease modeling frameworks. Her other affiliations are with the University of Washington's iSchool and Oxford University's Malaria Atlas Project.

Publications

Monday, April 9, 2018

Seasonal movement patterns of high-risk groups should be taken into consideration when selecting the optimum timing of mass drug campaigns.

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