Charlotte Hammer

Research Affiliate

Charlotte is an emergency public health and infectious diseases epidemiologist and social scientist who specialises in contextual factors driving infectious disease risk, particularly in fragile and unstable settings and applies this knowledge to detect, control and prevent outbreaks, primarily of high-consequence (re-) emerging zoonotic and vector-borne diseases. She is a fellow of the European Field Epidemiology Training Program of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control where she investigates outbreaks, conducts surveillance, and performs operational research.

Charlotte obtained a bachelor’s degree in social and political sciences from the University of Bonn and master’s degrees in social sciences and public health from Durham University and the University of Manchester respectively, before completing her PhD in the Health Protection Research Unit for Emergency Preparedness and Response in 2019 under the supervision of Prof Paul Hunter.

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