For the next four years, Pej will serve on the National Institutes of Health study section, IRAP (Infectious, Reproductive, Asthma and Pulmonary Conditions).
We welcome Dr Jasmina Luczo to the lab. Jaz will be based in the Department of Infectious Diseases (College of Veterinary Medicine, UGA), working on avian
We are delighted to host two international visitors this summer. Dr Claudia Pia Ferreira will be visiting from São Paulo State University, Brazil. She is
The Rohani lab welcomes a new postdoc, Dr Afshin Mesbahi, who will be working on statistical inference for mechanistic models.
Pej spoke at a meeting organized by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, addressing the burden of infant pertussis in low and middle income countries. The
In the newly published paper by Shrestha et al., we use a mechanistic transmission model within a likelihood framework to infer the nature, strength and
Felicia’s paper has been accepted in Parasitology, as part of a special issue on Modelling Infectious Diseases (edited by Andy Fenton, University of Liverpool). In our
The Rohani lab has moved to the University of Georgia. Pej has appointments in the Odum School of Ecology and the Department of Infectious Diseases,
Congratulations to Micaela, who successfully defended her PhD dissertation!
We are pleased to welcome Ana Bento, who is joining us from Imperial College, London. Ana is a postdoctoral research associate and will be working