Emma Taylor-Salmon, M.D.
Clinical Fellow | Yale School of Public Health | Department of Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases
Laboratory of Epidemiology of Public Health (LEPH) | 60 College St. | New Haven, CT 06510
Email: [email protected] | Website
BS in biochemistry – Yale University
BA in Biology – Bard College
Postbac IRTA Fellowship – National Institutes of Health (Carolina Barillas-Mury)
MD – Drexel University College of Medicine
Pediatric Residency – Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital
Pediatric Infectious Disease Fellowship – Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital
I am a board-certified pediatrician currently undergoing fellowship to specialize in pediatric infectious disease. My undergraduate training focused on microbiology and antimicrobial resistance. I then spent several years at the NIH, where I studied the impact that the mosquito immune system has on malaria transmission. During my medical training, I became interested in the intersection between clinical medicine and public health, both locally and on a national and international scale. My research interests are in vector-borne diseases and outbreak surveillance. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, hikes with my dogs, and gardening.