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Abraar Karan
Abraar Karan

Abraar Karan

Email: abraar@stanford.edu

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Infectious Diseases

Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH)

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

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Book:  Protecting the Health of the Poor

Dr. Karan's research interests are in the epidemiology of emerging pathogens and epidemic response. He is currently working on studies related to slowing Covid19 transmission through low-cost filtration devices. He completed his MPH and residency at Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital in the Global Health Equity training program under Dr. Paul Farmer. He has worked in global health since 2008. 


 

Ayako Kawano

Ayako Kawano

Email: akawano@stanford.edu

About Ayako Kawano

Doctoral Student, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER)

Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability

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Ayako has 7 years of professional experience in implementation and management of global health projects at Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). Additionally, she worked on the application of big data and artificial intelligence for sustainable development at UN Global Pulse. At Stanford, she is interested in quantifying the causal impact of exposure to ambient air pollution on adverse birth outcomes in low-income countries by using satellite data and data science techniques. Ayako received a Bachelor of Laws from Chuo University, a Master of Development Studies from Graduate Institute Geneva, and a Master of Public Health and Graduate Certificate in Applied Data Science from University of California, Berkeley.


 


 

Alyson L. Singleton
Alyson L. Singleton

Alyson L. Singleton

Email: asinglet@stanford.edu

Doctoral Student, Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources (E-IPER)

Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability

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Aly joined the Luby Lab in 2021 and is co-advised by Prof. Erin Mordecai in the Department of Biology. She received her undergraduate (Applied Mathematics) and master's (Biostatistics) degrees from Brown University and went on to complete a Data Science Fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now at Stanford, Aly uses tools in computation and network science to study the effect of anthropogenic change on underlying transmission networks in an effort to prevent widening disease disparities and to address socio-ecological drivers of disease distribution.


 


 


 

Doug Rosales
Doug Rosales

Doug Rosales

Email: doug.rosales@stanford.edu

Program and Operations Manager, Luby Lab

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Doug is a member of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment, providing financial and operational support for the Luby Lab. He brings 6 years of experience working in higher education, including managing all grants and financials for the Institute for STEM Education at Cal State East Bay. He received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Statistics, and an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Cal State East Bay.


 


FORMER LAB MEMBERS



 

 

 

Clara Rose Bonaventura
Clara Rose Bonaventura



 

Christlee D. Elmera
Christlee D. Elmera
Researcher, Economics

Christlee D. Elmera

Email: cdelmera@stanford.edu

Researcher:  September 2023, July 2023, April 2022

Pre-doctoral Research Fellow, Stanford University King Center on Global Development

King Center on Global Development

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Public Health, Georgia State University

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Elmera completed her undergraduate degree in Public Health at Georgia State University and completed her Master's in Development Management and Applied Development Economics at the London School of Economics. Elmera went on to work for Partners in Health before joining the King Center where she is now working on projects related to global health, political economy and economic history. 


 

Brooke Ford
Brooke Ford

 

Jessica A. Grembi
Jessica A. Grembi

 

Angela R. Harris
Angela R. Harris

 


 

Lily M. Horng
Lily M. Horng

 

Yana Emmy E. Hoy-Schulz
Yana Emmy E. Hoy-Schulz

 

Laura (Layla) H. Kwong
Laura (Layla) H. Kwong

 

Christopher A. LeBoa
Christopher A. LeBoa


 

Moogdho M. Mahzab
Moogdho M. Mahzab

Moogdho Mahzab

Email: mahzab@stanford.edu

Postdoctoral Scholar, Stanford School of Business

Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

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Stanford King Center on Global Development

Stanford Center of South Asia

Ph.D., Economics, University of Virginia, 2021

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Dr. Moogdho Mahzab received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Virginia in May 2021. He is a development economist concentrating on political economy, environment, and public health. He is also an affiliated researcher at the Stanford King Center on Global Development and a scholar at the Stanford Center of South Asia. He is working on issues regarding Brick Kilns and Lead Acid Batteries in Bangladesh at the Luby Lab. 


 

John J. Openshaw
John J. Openshaw

 


 

Joelle I. Rosser
Joelle I. Rosser

Joelle I. Rosser

Email:  jrosser@stanford.edu

Instructor, Medicine - Infectious Diseases

Stanford School of Medicine - Infectious Diseases

Burroughs Wellcome Fund/ASTMH Postdoctoral Fellowship in Tropical Infectious Diseases

Global Health Equity Scholar

Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment

Google Scholar

ResearchGate: Stanford University

ResearchGate: University of Washington

Burroughs Wellcome Fund/ASTMH Postdoctoral Fellowship in Tropical Infectious Diseases:  2021 Recipient

Dr. Rosser’s current research focuses on the relationship between environmental change and infectious diseases and how to mitigate this growing threat. Investigating mechanisms of change is central to her approach to understanding the potential efficacy of interventions in future climate scenarios. Dr. Rosser’s research incorporates cutting edge technologies in health and environmental monitoring. She conducts field work globally, with active sites in Indonesia, Fiji, Kenya, Zambia, Brazil, Pakistan, and the United States.  


 

Allison R. Sherris
Allison R. Sherris