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Daniel Citron

Senior Research Scientist

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I am a research scientist in the field of mathematical epidemiology. I develop and construct simulation models of infectious disease dynamics to assist with policy decision making. My current focus is on understanding how host travel patterns contribute to epidemiological patterns: how does routine commuting or infrequent long-distance travel drive and sustain outbreaks of infectious disease? I am currently working to develop data sets which will allow epidemiologists access to quantitative estimates of how travel contributes to contact and mixing across geographical space.

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He/him/his

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Research/Topics of Interest

Agent-based models
Apply models to public health
Compartmental models
Geospatial models
Mobility
Network models
Outbreak science
Public health application of models
Public health policy/interventions
Science communication
Social networks/contact patterns
Spatial transmission patterns
Statistical models

Pathogens/Diseases of Main Interest/Expertise

Malaria
Vector-borne diseases

Countries of Work/Collaboration

United States

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