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Infectious disease epidemiology doctoral student with a focus on the intersection of mathematical models of disease transmission and observational study methods - how observational studies can be used to parameterize models, and how models can help develop targets for observational study. Has a known, documented fondness for enteric pathogens.
Fluent in SAS, good enough in R, barely hanging on in Python and C.
Also the author of Confounded by Confounding, a blog of public health, statistics, and life as a graduate student.
Currently trying to get the 'Public Health and Epidemiology' SE site off the ground: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/34565/public-health-epidemiology
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