Esther Annan

Esther is an expert on the immunoepidemiology of dengue, especially in vulnerable groups such as pregnant women. As a Global Health Program Postdoctoral Scholar at Princeton, she is developing plans to continue and expand her research program in this area, especially in collaboration with research groups in Colombia. We’re delighted to follow and support her […]

Gugulethu T. Moyo

Gugu is an expert on maternal and child nutrition who has completed projects in Zimbabwe, South Africa, and beyond. As a Global Health Program Postdoctoral Scholar at Princeton, she is developing plans to investigate malnutrition and child health in Laikipia, Kenya, in collaboration with Mpala Research Centre and other organizations. We’re very excited to follow […]

Stephen Gaughran

Stephen brings profound expertise on genomics and adaptive evolution of pinnipeds to our project on immune systems of northern elephant seals (on which we’re collaborating with Prof Bridgett vonHoldt and Dr. Frances Gulland)! He also happens to hold an amazing NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship to study historical specimens of pinnipeds held in museum collections. Cannot wait […]

Postdoc Jerry Nutor

Jerry is an expert on the complex determinants of maternal and child health in resource-limited settings. He is also a registered nurse. He thus brings both scientific and clinical perspectives to bear upon public health projects on mother-to-child HIV transmission, access to clean water, and breastfeeding. Jerry is especially interested in causes of the varied […]