Research & Publications
Dr. Pandey is an Associate Research Scientist in the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis at the Yale School of Public Health. He graduated with a BSc (Hons) degree in Mathematics from Ramjas College, Delhi University and a MSc degree in Applied Mathematics from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. He obtained his PhD in Mathematics at Clemson University. In his research, Dr. Pandey develops data-driven mathematical models of infectious diseases to improve our understanding of the transmission dynamics, evaluate tools and strategies for disease control, inform public health policies, and provide tools for public health decision making. His current research focuses on understanding impact of socio-political conflicts on public health response amidst disease outbreaks and evaluating control interventions for HIV and neglected tropical diseases such as sleeping-sickness.
Education & Training
- PhDClemson University, Mathematical Sciences (2014)
- MSClemson University, Mathematical Sciences (2011)
- MScIndian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Applied Mathematics (2008)