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TEAM

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SCOTT L. NUISMER

PI

My research uses mathematical and computational models to understand, predict, and control emerging infectious diseases. CV

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Evan A. Eskew

Research Scientist

Evan is a Research Scientist using statistical methods to understand infectious disease and the global wildlife trade.

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JUSTICE AMENYO KESSIE

PhD student (BCB)

Justice is a PhD student in the BCB program with strong background in applied mathematics. Justice will be focusing on developing models that guide the development of transmissible vaccines for wild animal populations.

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CLINTON NICHOLS

UG researcher

Clinton is an undergraduate student majoring in mathematics and is working to develop models that help optimize wildlife vaccination.

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JASMINE DANIELS

UG Researcher

Jasmine is working on a BS in Mathematics and also developing mathematical models that help us better understand wildlife vaccines.

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BRENDAN GRIESHABER

UG Researcher

Brendan is working on a BS in Mathematics and developing new methods for estimating how rapidly a candidate viral vector for a vaccine can spread through a reservoir population.

Alumni:

Alexander Whitlock (Postdoc)

Andrew Basinski (Postdoc)

Courtney Schreiner (MS)

Nathan Layman (Postdoc)

Anna Sjodin (Postdoc)

Tanner Varrelman (PhD)

Beth Tuschhoff (BS)

Bob Week (PhD)

Benji Oswald (PhD)

Ben Ridenhour (Postdoc)

Virginie Poullain (PhD)

Francois Blanquart (Undergraduate/PhD)

Florence Debarre (Postdoc)

Anahi Espindola (Postdoc)

Ailene MacPherson (MS)

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