Amy K. Winter

Epidemiology & Biostatistics
Assistant Professor

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Epidemiology & Biostatistics

I am a quantitative demographer with broad interests in human health and infectious disease epidemiology. My research takes an inter-disciplinary approach to address policy-relevant questions on the transmission and control of infectious diseases in human populations. My current work is focused on understanding the scope of measles and rubella immunity in populations with a particular focus on the challenges and opportunities of using serological data. This includes demonstrating avenues to increase the feasibility of serological surveys in low-resource settings and innovative methods that can be used to inform countries’ vaccination and surveillance programs.

  • PhD, Demography, Princeton University
  • MPH, Global Health, Emory University
  • BA, International Relations & History, University of Georgia
Areas of Expertise

demography, infectious disease dynamics


Associate, Department of Epidemiology, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
Member, Center for Ecology of Infectious Diseases
Member, Vaccine Impact Modelling Consortium

Course Instruction
  • EPID 4070
  • EPID 7500
  • EPID 7100