Dr Yang, Bingyi
Dr. Bingyi Yang obtained her Ph.D. in infectious disease epidemiology from The University of Hong Kong in 2017. She got her postdoctoral training at the Department of Biology, University of Florida during 2017-2020.
Dr. Yang’s research interest is understanding the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases, with a focus on seroepidemiology and spatial-temporal analyses. Her recent work focuses on transmission dynamics of COVID-19, including disparities in transmissions and the impacts of non-pharmaceutical interventions. Her previous research primarily focused on understanding population susceptibilities with serological data, such as modeling the complexity of human immunity to the influenza virus and seroprevalence of enteroviruses. She has also researched spatial distributions and synchrony of infectious diseases, including enteroviruses, dengue viruses and its vectors.
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