Research & Publications
Alison Galvani, Ph.D., is the founding director of the Yale Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis (CIDMA) and the Burnett and Stender Families Professor of Epidemiology at the Yale School of Public Health, Yale School of Medicine. She has applied her modelling and health economics skills to address myriad public health challenges, including HIV/AIDS, Zika, Ebola, influenza, and COVID-19. In 2015, Galvani became the youngest faculty member ever appointed to an endowed chair in the history of the Yale School of Medicine. She earned her Ph.D. and B.A. from the University of Oxford.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Oxford (2002)
- Evolutionary MedicineZurich, Zurich, Switzerland; Copenhagen, Capital Region, Denmark; Cambridge, England, United Kingdom; Oxford, England, United Kingdom; Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan 2011Program aims to establish the first world-wide research and training program in Evolutionary Medicine and to set the agenda for this rapidly developing field.
- Infectious disease, South AfricaDurban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 2010Workshop on Mathematical Modeling of Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, Durban, South Africa
- TsetseSouth Africa 2010Integrated Tsetse Fly Ecology and Genetics for Improved HAT Control
Honors & Recognition
|The Blavatnik Award for Young Scientists from the New York Academy of Sciences||2012|
|MacMillan Center Director’s Award||2006|
|Fellowship from Institute for Advanced Studies, Berlin||2006|
|Young Investigator’s Prize, American Society of Naturalists||2005|