Infectious Diseases and Mathematical Modelling (Professor Olivia Keiser)

Maryam Sadeghimehr

Ms. Maryam Sadeghimehr

Mathematician, PhD student, Mathematical modeller

Campus Biotech G6-02
+41 22 379 08 69


Maryam is a PhD student and researcher in the division of infectious diseases and mathematical modelling. She works on modelling and cost-effectiveness studies of hepatitis C virus, under the supervision of Janne Estill and Olivia Keiser. She has a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics (Operations Research) from Shiraz University in Iran. From 2014-2016, Maryam was a Research Assistant in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, where she worked on transmission models of Malaria, and on the cost-effectiveness of anti-malaria interventions. Her interests include mathematical modelling of infectious disease, disease progression models, cost-effectiveness, and resource allocation.



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