My focus is on the design and implementation of sustainable solutions to airborne infection control in resource-limited settings. I’m currently studying the use of ultraviolet germicidal irradiation of the upper airspace in occupied rooms to control airborne infectious agents. This work has broad application for control of tuberculosis and other diseases spread through airborne transmission, particularly in high risk areas such as hospitals, shelters, and prisons.
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M.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Engineering for Developing Communities Program
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2013
B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering
Seattle University, 2009