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Emma Glennon

Emma Glennon

Graduate Student

Supervisor: Dr Olivier Restif


Biography:

I completed my undergraduate degree in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology with a certificate in Global Health & Health Policy at Princeton University in 2015. My research at Princeton focused on the dynamics of endemic cholera, for which I worked with the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh.

 

I spent the year following graduation on a Fulbright Research Grant to India, working on the drivers of antimicrobial-resistant infections with the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy in New Delhi.

 

Now at Cambridge as a PhD student and Gates-Cambridge Scholar, I continue to study emerging infectious disease dynamics with a focus on bat-borne zoonoses.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology with a certificate in Global Health & Health Policy at Princeton University in 2015. My research at Princeton focused on the dynamics of endemic cholera, for which I worked with the International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh.

I spent the year following graduation on a Fulbright Research Grant to India, working on the drivers of antimicrobial-resistant infections with the Center for Disease Dynamics, Economics & Policy in New Delhi.

Now at Cambridge as a PhD student and Gates-Cambridge Scholar, I continue to study emerging infectious disease dynamics with a focus on bat-borne zoonoses.

I am interested broadly in the ecology of infectious disease, particularly in using mathematical models to better understand the processes underlying emerging and re-emerging diseases.

Subject groups/Research projects

Infection and Immunity:
Mathematical Biology:

Research Interests

I am interested broadly in the ecology of infectious disease, particularly in using mathematical models to better understand the processes underlying emerging and re-emerging diseases.

Keywords

  • Public health
  • Epidemiology
  • Infectious disease dynamics
  • Emerging viral diseases
  • Disease Ecology