Eva Enns, PhD
Associate Professor, Division of Health Policy & Management
PhD, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2012
MS, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, 2008
BSc, Electrical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2006
I develop mathematical models of the spread of infectious diseases that help evaluate strategies aimed at mitigating disease impact through prevention and/or treatment. My aim is to inform better infectious disease prevention, management, and control policies as well as to develop new methodologies or tools to better address issues surrounding infectious disease outbreaks.
Infectious disease, mathematical modeling, cost-effectiveness, HIV/AIDS, STIs, network analysis, model calibration.