Elisabeth Tadiri joined MGH Global Health as a Research Assistant in 2017. She currently provides data management and technical support to Haiti-based projects related to cholera transmission as well as Zika virus. Prior to her current work, Elisabeth worked as a Research Assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital Division of Global Health Equity, supporting the All Babies Count initiative to reduce neonatal mortality in Rwanda.
Elisabeth graduated from Brown University with a B.A. in Community Health, and in Business, Entrepreneurship and Organizational Studies. During her undergraduate program, Elisabeth conducted research in Salvador, Brazil, which focused on geospatial analysis of leishmaniasis incidence in the state of Bahia. She also interned at the World Health Organization Department of Neglected Tropical Diseases, where she assisted in the development of a manual to facilitate modeling and mapping of soil-transmitted helminthiasis prevalence in endemic countries.