Maya Nadimpalli, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor (beginning May 2022)
Gangarosa Department of Environmental Health
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
Tufts' Stuart B. Levy Center for Integrated Management of Antimicrobial Resistance
Research Assistant Professor and Tufts' CTSI KL2 Scholar, Tufts University, 2020-2022
Education and Training
Postdoctoral training at the Institut Pasteur and the Pickering Lab at Tufts University (now at UC Berkeley)
Ph.D. Environmental Sciences and Engineering at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
M.S. Environmental Sciences and Engineering at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
B.A & Sc Environmental Sciences at McGill University, Montréal, Canada
Sarah "Addison" Blackmon
MPH in Epidemiology
Addison is assisting with a scoping and systematic review of health disparities in drug-resistant bacterial infections.
MPH in Global Environmental Health
Dania is helping track the global dissemination of CTX-M genes among humans, animals, and the environment using genomic data.
MPH in Global Health, concentration in infectious disease (May 2023)
Lily is completing a scoping and systematic review of health disparities in drug-resistant bacterial infections, both in the US and internationally. Her interests include infectious disease research, community-level infectious disease prevention, and global public health.
MPH in Epidemiology, Infectious Disease certificate (May 2023)
Tosin is designing methods to measure antibiotic-resistant bacteria and resistance genes in wastewater from diverse neighborhoods in Atlanta.
PhD student in Environmental Health
Natalie is conducting metagenomic analyses on chicken fecal samples from Maputo, Mozambique to identify risk factors for antibiotic resistant bacteria and compare microbiome diversity & composition between chickens and children in this community. She is primarily interested in the eco-epidemiology of zoonotic spillover at the wildlife/livestock/human interface.
Spring 2023: Beautiful day in Atlanta for a lab social! Congratulations to our graduating students Tosin Olojo (MPH Epidemiology), Dania Hussain (MPH Environmental Health), and Lily McNulty (MPH Global Health)