I’m a Ph.D. student in Security Studies at the School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs at the University of Central Florida. My research lies at the cross-section of security public health. I focus on non-traditional security threats from a comparative perspective, namely assessing the impact of infectious diseases on politically motivated armed violence in Sub-Saharan Africa. After the doctoral program, I aim to be a Senior Researcher in the public health sector, where I can advance contemporary research for future public health initiatives.
Dissertation information: Coming soon.