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overview Dr. Caroline Buckee joined Harvard School of Public Health in the summer of 2010 as an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, and was promoted to Associate Professor in 2017. In 2013, Dr. Buckee was named the Associate Director of the Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics. The Buckee lab uses mathematical models and data science to understand the mechanisms driving the spread of infectious diseases, with a focus on pathogens like malaria that effect vulnerable populations in low income countries. After receiving a D.Phil from the University of Oxford, Caroline worked at the Kenya Medical Research Institute to analyze clinical and epidemiological aspects of malaria as a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow. Her work led to an Omidyar Fellowship at the Santa Fe Institute, where she developed theoretical approaches to understanding malaria parasite evolution and ecology. In 2013 Dr. Buckee was named one of MIT Tech Review's 35 Innovators Under 35, a CNN Top 10: Thinker, and Foreign Policy Magazine's Global Thinkers. Her work has appeared in high profile scientific journals such as Science and PNAS, as well as being featured in the popular press, including CNN, The New Scientist, Voice of America, NPR, and ABC.
preferred title Professor of Epidemiology
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Academic Article Quantifying the impact of human mobility on malaria.
Academic Article Mobile phones and malaria: modeling human and parasite travel.
Academic Article Digital epidemiology.
Concept Communicable Disease Control
Concept Communicable Diseases, Emerging
Concept Molecular Epidemiology
Concept Communicable Diseases
Academic Article Quantifying travel behavior for infectious disease research: a comparison of data from surveys and mobile phones.
Academic Article Mathematical models for a new era of malaria eradication.
Academic Article Quantifying the impact of accessibility on preventive healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa using mobile phone data.
Academic Article Human movement data for malaria control and elimination strategic planning.
Academic Article Seasonal Population Movements and the Surveillance and Control of Infectious Diseases.
Academic Article A systematic review of mathematical models of mosquito-borne pathogen transmission: 1970-2010.
Academic Article Role of selection in the emergence of lineages and the evolution of virulence in Neisseria meningitidis.
Grant An alignment free network approach to analyzing highly recombinant malaria parasi
Academic Article Comparing nonpharmaceutical interventions for containing emerging epidemics.
Academic Article Connecting Mobility to Infectious Diseases: The Promise and Limits of Mobile Phone Data.
Academic Article Identifying climate drivers of infectious disease dynamics: recent advances and challenges ahead.
Grant New approaches to measuring and containing the spatial spread of human pathogens
Academic Article Multinational patterns of seasonal asymmetry in human movement influence infectious disease dynamics.
Academic Article Productive disruption: opportunities and challenges for innovation in infectious disease surveillance.
Academic Article Recent advances in the molecular epidemiology of clinical malaria.
Academic Article Mapping imported malaria in Bangladesh using parasite genetic and human mobility data.
Academic Article Incubation periods impact the spatial predictability of cholera and Ebola outbreaks in Sierra Leone.
Academic Article The use of mobile phone data to inform analysis of COVID-19 pandemic epidemiology.
Academic Article A cautionary note on the use of unsupervised machine learning algorithms to characterise malaria parasite population structure from genetic distance matrices.
Academic Article Variation in human mobility and its impact on the risk of future COVID-19 outbreaks in Taiwan.
Academic Article The Use and Misuse of Mathematical Modeling for Infectious Disease Policymaking: Lessons for the COVID-19 Pandemic.
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  • Infectious Disease
  • Epidemiology
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.