Joshua Havumaki, PhD, MPH
Postdoctoral Associate at Yale Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases

Research Summary: My research interests include tuberculosis, cholera, disease transmission modeling, epidemiological study design and causal inference. The overarching goal of my research is to derive actionable insights that are relevant and interpretable for public health practitioners.




Short Bio:  I have worked on several public health related projects both in the field and lab in multiple countries around the world (e.g. Thailand, Australia,
Switzerland). My work has focused on developing disease transmission models for public health agencies, improving data collection systems and conducting statistical and transmission modeling analyses in different sectors (e.g. Government, Academia, NGO).


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Skills:  R, MATLAB, SAS, Excel, Biostatistics, disease transmission modeling, Clinical trials data monitoring