Seth Judson, MD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine/Center for Humanitarian Health
Dr. Seth Judson, MD is a Fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research focuses on translating principles from the ecology and epidemiology of globally emerging zoonotic and vector-borne diseases to improve early detection and mitigation of outbreaks. He is currently developing risk maps, surveillance methods, and transmission modeling tools that policymakers can use for diagnostic resource allocation for arboviruses and hemorrhagic fever viruses. His work takes place at the human-animal and clinical-public health interfaces in Africa and Latin America. With the Center for Humanitarian Health, he hopes to elucidate the effects of climate change on the emergence of zoonotic and vector-borne diseases among vulnerable populations, as well as improve access to data for pandemic preparedness and humanitarian response. Dr. Judson was an Internal Medicine Resident in the Global Health Pathway at the University of Washington. He received his MD at UCLA and a Bachelor of Science in Biology with Honors and Distinction at Stanford University.
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