Cristina Lanzas

Cristina Lanzas

Associate Professor

Cristina Lanzas is Associate Professor of Infectious Disease in North Carolina State University (NCSU). Dr. Lanzas joined the Department of Population Health and Pathobiology at NCSU in January 2015. Previously, she was Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at University of Tennessee and senior personnel at the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis, a National Science Foundation Synthesis Center. She received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain in 2000 and her M.Sc. (2003) and Ph.D. (2007) in Animal Sciences from Cornell University.

 

Samantha Erwin

Samantha Erwin

Postdoctoral Research Scholar

Sam completed her Ph.D. and M.S. in mathematics from Virginia Tech where she developed math models of immune responses to infections diseases. She completed a B.S. in Mathematics from Murray State University where she researched invasive plant species.

http://samanthaerwin.wordpress.com/ 

Daniel Dawson

Daniel Dawson

Postdoctoral Research Scholar

Kale Davies

Kale Davies

Postdoctoral Research Scholar

William Love

William Love

Postdoctoral Research Scholar

Annie Wang

Annie Wang

DVM-PhD student

I am a DVM-PhD student at NCSU where work with Dr. Lanzas and Dr. Sid Thakur to understand the epidemiology of antimicrobial resistant enteric pathogens using both mathematical modeling and molecular techniques. I earned my BS in Ecology & Evolutionary Biology and MPH in Epidemiology, both at the University of Michigan. My broader professional interests include infectious disease epidemiology, emerging zoonoses, and global health.

Trevor Farthing

Trevor Farthing

PhD student

Past lab members at NCSU:

Shi Chen, PhD, Assistant Professor of Health Informatics, University of North Carolina-Charlotte

Brinkely Raynor, PhD-DVM student, University of Pennsylvania

Diya Sashidhar, PhD student in Mathematics, University of Washington