Jennifer is an epidemiologist with a decade of post-doctoral degree experience conducting research and managing complex multi-site epidemiology projects in the United States and globally. She has data management experience with small, large, and linked datasets and has knowledge of advanced statistical techniques including multivariate regression, mixed-effect (hierarchical) models, meta-analysis/meta-regression, and latent class analysis.
Jennifer's specialties include epidemiology, infectious disease epidemiology, COVID-19, perinatal epidemiology, maternal and child health epidemiology, international health, applied epidemiology. She has worked as a consultant in the pharmaceutical industry and for national governments on vaccine safety and effectiveness, HIV, malaria, avian influenza, and hepatitis C virus. Jennifer is also an Adjunct Professor at the Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.