Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases Conference

JUNE 6 - 9, 2022

Emory Student Center
605 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322


SCHEDULE

Pandemic Scenario Modeling

Risk assessment and end game with respect

to epidemics and pandemics

Socioeconomics and Land Use

Social, cultural, and economic characteristics

of agricultural and/or land use systems

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Rebecca Kahn

 

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

of Epidemiology,

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Lab Website

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Benjamin Roche

Research Director,

Research Institute for Development,

Montpellier

Lab Website

Human and Animal Mobility

Effects of host behavior and mobility on disease transmission

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Gonzalo Vazquez-Prokopec

Winship Distinguished

Associate Professor,

Environmental Sciences,

Emory University

Lab Website

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Amira Roess

Professor of Global Health

and Epidemiology,

George Mason University

Lab Website

Social Justice and Infectious Disease

Historical and Humanities analysis of Racial disparities and infectious disease;

Climate change and Infectious disease

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Rueben Warren

 

Director National Center

for Bioethics in Research

and Health Care, Tuskegee University

Website

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Cinthia Carvajal

 

Program Officer,

Sexual and Reproductive Justice

and Crisis Response,

Global Fund for Women

Website

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Terry McGovern

Chair, Heilbrunn Department of

Population and Family Health

Harriet and Robert H. Heilbrunn

Professor of Population and

Family Health,

Columbia University Medical Center

Website

In addition to these keynote speakers, we will provide travel awards to six early-career scientists (graduate students, postdocs) who would like to merge infectious disease and social justice in their research. These scientists could include social justice scientists who do not work on infectious disease or infectious disease scientists who do not address social justice. The goal of bringing them to this meeting is for them to engage and connect with people from different fields and to find ways to synergize infectious disease research with social justice.

Science Communication

Communicating about infectious disease and vaccination with the public

Infectious Diseases Across Scales

Integrating infectious disease across scales, from immune molecules and

pathogens to populations, ecological communities and pandemics

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Sam Whitehead

 

Correspondent,

Georgia and elsewhere in the south

Kaiser Health News' Southern Bureau

Website

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Natalie Dean

Assistant Professor,

Biostatistics and Bioinformatics,

Rollins School of Public Health,

Emory University

Website

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Anice Lowen

 

Associate Professor,

Microbiology & Immunology

School of Medicine,

Emory Univeristy

Website

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Katie Hampson

 

Professor, Institute of Biodiversity Animal Health and Comparative Medicine,

Associate, School of Life Sciences,

University of Glasgow

Website