Lone Simonsen

Professor of Population Health Sciences, Department of Science and Environment at Roskilde University

Lone Simonsen
09/09 2020
12:15-13:15, DIAS conference room
Lecture
Lone Simonsen is Professor of Population Health Sciences, Department of Science and Environment at Roskilde University, following an EU-funded Marie Curie Action funded visiting professorship at University of Copenhagen.
She aslo holds a position as Research Professor in Global Health at George Washington University.
She is an elected member of the Danish Royal Academy of Sciences & Letters.
In more than two decades, she has worked at the US-CDC, World Health Organization (WHO), and the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) on different issues on virus, including HIV and AIDS, antibiotic resistance and vaccine program evaluation.
Lone Simonsen’s research today focuses on modeling historical and contemporary pandemics and emerging infectious diseases, population transitions to long healthy lives, and vaccine program evaluation.

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