Marie Ozanne

Clare Boothe Luce Assistant Professor of Statistics
Infectious disease modeling, Bayesian statistics, longitudinal data, public health

Marie Ozanne is a biostatistician who focuses broadly on statistical methodology to address public health concerns. Her primary interest is infectious disease modeling, where she focuses on extending and tailoring statistical approaches to neglected tropical diseases, as defined by the World Health Organization. Ozanne enjoys the collaborative nature of public health research; she works closely with epidemiologists and medical professionals to ensure statistical models are practical and useful. She also is excited about a new project involving applying statistical models to evaluate homelessness reduction approaches in Connecticut.

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