Amelia Bertozzi-Villa

DPhil Student Team: PHD Students


Amelia joined the MAP team as a DPhil student in October 2017. Her work is in collaboration with the malaria team at the Institute for Disease modeling in Seattle.

Prior to joining MAP, Amelia was a Post-Bachelor Fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, where she conducted geospatial analyses of cause-specific mortality in the US.

In addition to her malaria research, Amelia is guest faculty at the University of Washington and studies serious games for health education.

Selected Biography

URLDOIWeiss DJ., Lucas TCD., Nguyen M., Nandi AK., Bisanzio D., Battle KE., Cameron E., Twohig, KA., Pfeffer, DA., Rozier JA., Gibson HS., Rao PC., Casey D., Bertozzi-Villa A., Collins EL., Dalrymple U., Gray N., Harris JR., Howes RE., Kang SY., Keddie SH., May D., Rumisha S., Thorn MP., Barber R., Fullman N., Huynh CK., Kulikoff X., Kutz MJ., Lopez AD., Mokdad AH., Naghavi N., Nguyen G., Shackelford KA., Vos T., Wang H., Smith DL., Lim SS., Murray CJL., Bhatt S., Hay SI., Gething PW.,

Mapping the global prevalence, incidence, and mortality of Plasmodium falciparum, 2000–17: a spatial and temporal modelling study

Lancet. June 2019