Cristina Lanzas

I am a Professor in Infectious Disease with over 20 years of modeling experience, specializing in mathematical and computational epidemiology. We have developed epidemiological models to address a variety of pathogen-host systems including health-care associated pathogens, zoonotic, and enteric pathogens in projects funded by NIH, FDA, CDC, and USDA, among others. Our program goals are to enhance the understanding of the principles and mechanisms underlying pathogen transmission, to develop new approaches to quantify drivers of transmission, and to leverage new data streams, including movement and sequence data, and data integration techniques to inform disease transmission and control. 

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