Pratha is a postdoctoral associate at the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis. She completed her PhD in epidemiology and infectious disease modeling at Georgetown University, Washington DC. Her research is focused on applications of quantitative methods in the study of infectious disease outbreaks. She uses mathematical, statistical and network models to understand how policy, human behavior and the environment influences the disease transmission; and how disease outbreaks, in turn, shape local and global policy.
Education & Training
- PhDGeorgetown University, Epidemiology, infectious disease modeling (2017)
- MScTERI University, Natural Resources Management (2011)
Honors & Recognition
|Outstanding student paper award in disease ecology||Ecological Society of America||2017|
|Young Modeler Award for Innovative Contributions to Ecological Modeling||Ecological Society of Germany, Austria and Switzerland||2014|
|Cosmos Scholars Grant||Cosmos Club Foundation||2014|