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Krti Tallam

Krti Tallam

Ph.D. Student in Biology, admitted Autumn 2020

About

Krti is broadly interested in the ecology of environmental diseases, as they link to climate and anthropogenic stressors. She studies coastal and oceanic environmental diseases that have links to human, terrestrial, and aquatic systems. Krti utilizes computer vision / deep learning, artificial intelligence, and field experiments for her work, and is interested in long-term implications for planetary health and environmental justice.

Academic Appointments

Ph.D. Student in Biology, admitted Autumn 2020

Publications

Tallam, K., Liu, Z. Y.-C., Chamberlin, A. J., Jones, I. J., Shome, P., Riveau, G., … De Leo, G. A. (2021). Identification of Snails and Schistosoma of Medical Importance via Convolutional Neural Networks: A Proof-of-Concept Application for Human Schistosomiasis. FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 9, 642895.

Getz, W. (2018). Modeling epidemics: A primer and Numerus Model Builder implementation. Epidemics.