Faculty at Yale School of Public Health are actively working to answer many of the most important scientific and public health questions related to TB using the tools of epidemiology, clinical research and the translational sciences. Particular areas of methodical interest and expertise include quantitative modeling and implementation science. Focus countries include Moldova, South Africa and Uganda, with additional projects ongoing in Brazil, Colombia, Kenya, Pakistan, Peru and Vietnam, among others. Photo: Aaliyah Ibrahim
Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases
Infectious diseases are one of the main contributors to global mortality and morbidity. The Department of Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases (EMD) has a tradition of both research and teaching courses designed to understand the distribution, transmission, pathogenesis, and ultimately the control of pathogens. A unique feature of EMD is the strong laboratory component within an epidemiology department. Areas of excellence include HIV/AIDS, vector biology, parasitology, molecular epidemiology, immunology, and the modeling of infectious diseases.