Cécile Viboud serves a Research Scientist at the Division of Epidemiology and International Studies, Fogarty International Center, NIH, Bethesda, Md, USA. She was a Graduate Fellow at the French National Institute of Health in Paris and received the Ph.D. degree in mathematical epidemiology from the University of Paris in 2003. Her research focuses on the spatial and temporal patterns of influenza and rotavirus epidemics, with specific interests in mortality studies, strain variations, and seasonality. Current projects include spatial transmission of influenza and rotavirus in the US, changes in seasonality of influenza with latitude and relation with climate, and transmissibility and impact of epidemic and pandemic influenza.
Biography Updated on 1 November 2011