This virtual event features a presentation from 2021–2022 Joy Foundation Fellow and CrisisReady’s Caroline Buckee.
Caroline Buckee is a professor of epidemiology and the associate director of the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics (CCDD) the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Currently, she is writing a book focused on the impact of gold mining on the epidemiology and control of malaria in the Amazon rainforest while concurrently examining infectious disease epidemiology as a field of study, using malaria as an example.
Read Professor Buckee’s Recent Work:
- “Low parasite connectivity among three malaria hotspots in Thailand,” Published in Scientific Reports, 11(1), 23348, December 2, 2021
- “Evaluating the reliability of mobility metrics from aggregated mobile phone data as proxies for SARS-CoV-2 transmission in the USA,” Published in The Lancet Digital Health, November 9, 2021
- “Characterizing human mobility patterns in rural settings of sub-Saharan Africa,” Published in NCBI, September 17, 2021
- “Data in Crisis — Rethinking Disaster Preparedness in the United States,“ Published in New England Journal of Medicine, Medicine and Society (2021,) September 1, 2021
- “Thinking clearly about social aspects of infectious disease transmission,” Published in Nature, Volume 595, Pages 205–213 (2021,) July 15, 2021
- “The impact of mobility network properties on predicted epidemic dynamics in Dhaka and Bangkok,” Published in Epidemics, Volume 35, 2021, 100441, ISSN 1755-4365, June 1, 2021