Nina is an Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer at the CDC. She received her PhD in Epidemiology at the University of Michigan. She did her MPH in Global Health Epidemiology at the University of Michigan and her bachelors in Chemistry and Materials Engineering at Princeton University. She is committed to improving disease outcomes of populations by highlighting and clarifying the role of spatial heterogeneity and untimely vaccination within and between communities. Her research interests include vaccine-preventable diseases; vaccine hesitancy; mathematical modeling; infectious disease dynamics; and vaccine interventions. She is passionate about science communication and seeks to make epidemiologic research accessible with her blog.
AB Chemistry and Materials Engineering, 2014
MPH Global Health Epidemiology, 2018
University of Michigan