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Allison White

Program and Evaluation Manager, Health and Land Use

"As Program and Evaluation Manager of Health and Land Use, I focus on using spatial analysis and other statistical techniques to examine the emergence of infectious diseases and on communicating scientific evidence to communities and stakeholders."

Scientists Bio

As an EcoHealth Alliance’s Program and Evaluation Manager of Health and Land Use, Allison White examines how human contact with animals differs across landscapes, manages and evaluates EcoHealth Alliance’s health and land use programs, and develops outreach and communication materials. She also focuses on using spatial analysis and other statistical techniques to examine the emergence of infectious diseases and on communicating scientific evidence to communities and stakeholders.

Allison also conducts research across One Health topics, including identifying emerging antimicrobial resistance globally and analyzing patterns in wildlife trade, and assists in coordination of EcoHealth Alliance PREDICT activities in Malaysia.

Allison holds an undergraduate degree in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University and an MPH in Epidemiology from Emory University. She spent three years in Botswana as Peace Corps Volunteer focusing on improving HIV/AIDS programming and services at a rural clinic and district offices.

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