Vanessa Burrowes, MSPH
Vanessa Burrowes, MSPH, is a PhD student who graduated from the Honors Program at Ohio State University with a BS in Biology in 2012. She then earned her Master of Science in Public Health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. Her research interests include exploring risk factors, environmental ecology, and gut microbiome immunology impacts of V. cholerae and other severe diarrheal pathogens in Bangladeshi populations.
Vanessa has experience working with the Bioterrorism and Emerging Pathogens Unit of the North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health as well as the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative of the Rwanda-Zambia HIV Research Group.