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Andrea Gómez

Assistant Researcher

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My basic training is Environmental Engineering (2004) and my postgraduate degrees (2007 and 2012) have been oriented to groundwater hydrology, with an emphasis on numerical modeling. I am a phD in engineering from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral. I am currently working on the dynamic modeling of infectious diseases associated with hydroclimatic variables, in the context of climate and global change. As analysis tools, I handle geostatistical techniques, remote sensing, geographic information systems, hydrochemical applications of numerical simulation, modeling, among others. I have expertise in the management of commercial codes and in the development of own numerical codes in fortran and phyton languages. I use field equipment for in-situ measurements of different parameters, and in the laboratory I determine physical and chemical properties of water and soils, as a complement to the modeling tasks.

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Research/Topics of Interest

Agent-based models
Apply models to public health
Climate/environmental drivers
Compartmental models
Geospatial models
Public health application of models
Public health policy/interventions
Science communication
Spatial transmission patterns
Leptospirosis
Argentina
Climate Change
Climatic Variables
Dengue
Remote Sensing

Pathogens/Diseases of Main Interest/Expertise

Dengue
Neglected tropical diseases
Vector-borne diseases

Countries of Work/Collaboration

Argentina

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Papers

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