Andrew is an Associate Scientist in the Department of Epidemiology. His work focuses on understanding the spatio-temporal dynamics of enteric pathogens, like cholera, and strategies to best control outbreaks. In addition, Andrew works on methods for estimating intervention effects, particularly vaccine, with observational study designs. Andrew earned his PhD in epidemiology and MHS in biostatistics from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Before coming to Hopkins, Andrew received his B.S. and M.S. in Environmental Engineering from University of Colorado and practiced as an engineer.
Cholera in Bangladesh
Clinical, serological and microbial surveillance to understand cholera in Bangladesh.
Global Cholera Epidemiology and Control
Refining our understanding of the burden of cholera and ways in which we can better use cholera vaccine
Hepatitis E in Bangladesh
We aim to better understand the epidemiology of Hepatitis E with clinical, serologic, genomic, and human behavior data.
Vaccine Impact Modelling Consortium (VIMC)
We work with several research groups modeling the impact of vaccination programmes worldwide.