Qualifications and experience
- Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Pediatrics, Child and Teen Health - Children's Health, Infections - Viral Infections, Infections - Pneumonia, Infections - Influenza, Infections - Fungal Infections, Infections - Bacterial Infections, Child and Teen Health, Child and Teen Health - Pediatric Diseases and Conditions, Infections
- Languages spoken
National Institutes of Health (NIH) (2010)
University of Colorado (Children's Hospital Colorado) Program (2015)
University of Wisconsin (Madison) Program (2008)
Michigan State University College of Human Medicine (2007)
University of Wisconsin (Madison) Program (2010)
Grinnell College (IA) (2002)
- Clinical interest for patients
My clinical interests include the management of infections in children. My specific areas of interest include tropical diseases and diseases related to global health/travel.
- Research interest for patients
My research interests are focused on how to measure the effectiveness of vaccines and other health interventions against emerging infectious diseases. This includes how to detect disease in a population using innovative surveillance tools (i.e. smartphones, crowd-sourcing), studying the true burden of disease (both the health and socioeconomic impacts on the individual and the family), and how to reduce disease burden through cost-effective interventions such as vaccines. Much of this work takes places at our University of Colorado research site in Guatemala.