Micaela is an infectious disease ecologist with strong interests in seasonality and other biological rhythms, digital epidemiology, transgenerational immunity, and vaccine modes of action. She held an NSF Fellowship at Princeton 2015-17 and then joined the faculty of Columbia University. She and her work were featured in Science magazine in spring 2020 in an exploration of whether biological rhythms might impact the course of COVID-19. Go Micaela!
Ph.D. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
B.S. Biology, University of Alaska Southeast
B.S. Mathematics, University of Alaska Southeast
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