Chaney Kalinich, M.P.H.
Post-grad | 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
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BS in biochemistry – Yale University
MPH in Epidemiology of Microbial Diseases – Yale School of Public Health
Originally from Glen Ellyn, IL, a fascination with infectious diseases growing up led me to study biochemistry at Yale and perform research on the environmental epidemiology of leptospirosis as an undergrad. After an internship at the CDC in Puerto Rico in arboviral disease epidemiology, I became a virus nerd and haven’t gone back. In particular, my research interests at the Grubaugh Lab are in biochemical approaches to epidemiology, emerging infections, and infectious disease modeling. On a broader scale, I’m interested in translating bench research to applications in the field in order to reduce inequities in surveillance and outbreak response infrastructure. I recently completed the Yale’s 5-year BS/MPH program with a Masters in Public Health in epidemiology of microbial diseases and a concentration in public health modeling. When I’m not in the lab, you can catch me playing field hockey, reading (and occasionally writing), or traveling as often as I can.