Pratha Sah, PhD
Associate Research Scientist at Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis, Yale University
I am an Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analysis at Yale University. My research spans a broad range of topics in data science, quantitative modeling and epidemiology including dynamics of infectious diseases, network epidemiology, social networks, ecology of disease spread and health policy. I investigate these topics using a combination of computational, mathematical and statistical approaches.
I completed my Ph.D. dissertation at Bansal Lab. I also have an MS in Natural Resources Management.
Our paper summarizing the first ever repository on animal social networks is now published at Scientific Data!
Nov 2018. Why get vaccinated when the flu vaccine doesn't work well? Our research was adapted in open access Science Journal for Kids.
Jul 2018: I was interviewed by the Yale Alumni Magazine about influenza vaccines. Read the article here.
Jun 2018. Our satellite Integration of empirical data in network epidemiology at NetSci 2018 was a success!
May 2018. New paper on the impact of low-efficacy influenza vaccines now published in PNAS.
Jul 2018: I was interviewed by HealthDay about low efficacy influenza vaccines. Read the article here.
Jan 2018. Our satellite Integration of empirical data in network epidemiology was selected for the Young Initiative for Satellite Award at NetSci 2018.
Nov 2017. I joined CIDMA at Yale University as a Postdoctoral Associate!
Oct 2017. New paper out on the impact of HIV human right laws in the United States.
Aug 2017. I was awarded the Volterra Award for Best Talk at ESA 2017!