Infectious disease epidemiologist. Professor @ Oxford BDI. Pathogen dynamics and evolution. HIV. AMR. Outbreaks.
Virus spotter 🤓You're twistin' my melon man.
Justin Lessler is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health @JohnsHopkinsEPI
Infectious disease epidemiologist and modeller, specialising in neglected tropical diseases. Views are my own.
Husband, dad and infectious disease scientist. Lucky to work with great people at universities, in governments and in NGOs... but all views here are my own.
Nuno R. Faria
Associate Professor of Epidemiology. I study all the best diseases, like malaria and cholera. Opinions my own.
Andrew Rambaut 🦠🧬🌲🔮🤦♂️
Professor of Molecular Evolution | University of Edinburgh | FRSE
Computational biology, host-pathogen coevolution, influenza, vaccines, B cells
Sr writer, infectious diseases @statnews. Conspiracy theory free zone; I block rude, racism. Please consider Googling first. #coronavirus #Covid19 #Ebola🇨🇦
Dr Roz Eggo
Caitlin Rivers, PhD
Outbreak science + epidemiology + health security. Assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security (@JHSPH_CHS). ELBI alum.
Demographer working on evolutionary ecology, infectious disease dynamics, health policy
Director, @CIDIDteam, Center for Inference and Dynamics of Infectious Diseases; Director, SISMID
Nicole E Basta
Epidemiologist, Immunologist & Physician @ Harvard School of Public Health & Harvard Med School. Discuss vaccines, immunity, infectious diseases, public health
Assoc Prof at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and Gooner. Currently cosplaying Dr Rieux in some weird re-enactment of La Peste. Tweets are personal
Assistant professor of epidemiology @UCBerkeleySPH interested in infectious diseases and vaccines
Infectious disease epidemiologist at UCSF
Director of the Wellcome Trust (@WellcomeTrust).
virology; public health microbiology; global pathogen surveillance; preparedness and respons; syndromic diagnostics, human animal interface
Assistant Professor @YaleEMD. Studies 🦟🦠 transmission, evolution, and emergence. Will sequence for 🍺 (and funding).
Associate Professor at LSHTM, math. modeller, epidemiologist, vaccinologist, pneumococcologist
Natalie E. Dean, PhD
Infectious disease epidemiologist and modeller @institutpasteur
Assistant Prof of Immunology & Infectious Diseases at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. Studying infectious diseases & how pathogens evolve and spread.
Assistant Professor of Infectious Disease Modelling at LSHTM. Former @AXAResearchFund and @4womeninscience fellow.
Professor at UCLA and proud dad. Infectious disease ecology, evolution, epidemiology (esp zoonoses and emerging infections)
Professor of infectious disease modelling (but VRMO). I have always felt part of Europe, and appreciate the EU.
Mathematical modeller and health economist Public Health England and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Photographer. All views are my own.
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virologist. scientist. husband. dad. reader. writer. fixer. bad typist. in no order. facts referenced. opinions mine alone. not medical advice or endorsement.
While trained as a physicist, I am interested in HIV and influenza evolution and more generally in computational biology and population genetics.
Using dynamical and statistical approaches to study the spread of infectious diseases, including rabies, HIV, influenza and COVID-19.
Distinguished Professor of Entomology and Biology, J. Lloyd & Dorothy Foehr Huck Chair of Epidemiology at the Pennsylvania State University
Infectious disease epidemiologist, studying emerging and zoonotic diseases
VP at In-Q-Tel; former USG science, tech advisor - White House OSTP, HHS/BARDA, DoD; viz from the great @jburnmurdoch ...views my own...
erik m volz
Professor of Statistical Epidemiology and Genomics at @warwickuni
@HKUMed dean, global health advocate, epidemiologist & family doctor
Evolutionary biologist by training, a rogue & a villain by nature; -ssRNA virus geek, matplotlib wizard, Lithuanian. Social media manager @Virus_Evolution.