Alexandra Savinkina, MSPH
Research & Publications
Alexandra Savinkina is a first year PhD student in the Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases. She is interested in using mathematical modeling to answer questions at the intersection of infectious disease epidemiology and national and global health policy, with a focus on health equity. Prior to coming to Yale, Alexandra was a data analyst at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and then worked in simulation modeling at Boston Medical Center's infectious disease department.
Education & Training
- MSPHEmory University Rollins School of Public Health, Global Epidemiology (2016)
- BSBoston College, Biology (2013)