Computational One Health
Using mathematical and computational methods to predict, understand, and mitigate the burden of animal-borne pathogens in the environment.
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Our research centers on spillover-risk forecasting, designing optimal intervention strategies through simulation, and bioinformatics approaches for understanding the capacity for spillover and emergence of different pathogens.
Our One Health perspective emphasizes the holistic relationship between pathogens, humans, animals, and plants, in a shared environment.