We study transmission dynamics using a combination of theoretical and empirical approaches to improve global health.
Postdoctoral Position: Mathematical modeling of infectious disease dynamics and evolution; including HIV, COVID-19, and drug resistance
The research group of Dr. Alison Hill at Johns Hopkins University invites applicants for a postdoctoral fellow to contribute to the group’s work developing mathematical models and computational tools to better understand, predict, and control infectious diseases. We are seeking a motivated and creative PhD-level scientist with experience applying mathematics to biological systems. The successful applicant will become a part of two highly-collaborative multi-PI groups at the university: the Institute for Computational Medicine (https://icm.jhu.edu/) and the Infectious Disease Dynamics Group (http://www.iddynamics.jhsph.edu/). The position is expected to be virtual for the duration of university closures in response to COVID-19.