Do Kyung Ryuk

Research Assistant
Department of Global Health and Population

Do Kyung Ryuk is a Research Assistant in the Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her current research involves assessing tuberculosis treatment outcomes in Brazil and generating effective decision on health policy. Her previous work was on understanding right to health on TB treatment situation in North Korea, and malaria laboratory procurement in Africa.

Nicole Swartwood

Research Analyst

Nicole Anne Swartwood is a Research Analyst whose work focuses on mathematical models of tuberculosis. She studied at the University of Tennessee where she earned degrees in Mathematics, Microbiology, History, Religious Studies, and German Studies. She continued her education at Emory University where she received a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health fellowship to study Environmental Health and Epidemiology. Her academic interests include respiratory health, atmospheric chemistry, mathematics of…

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Bradford Taylor

Research Associate
Center for Communicable Disease Dynamics (CCDD)

Bradford Taylor is a quantitative biologist interested in how the environment shapes bacterial pathogen pangenomes. As a theorist, he tends to tackle questions using some combination of dynamical and statistical modeling. Previously for his PhD, he worked with Joshua Weitz at Georgia Tech to address how multiple phage infections ecologically impact host populations. Next with Joao Xavier, he investigated how the gut microbiome mediates antibiotic resistant infections in immunocompromised patients…