Ayesha Mahmud

AyeshaGraduate fellow in the Office of Population Research

Ayesha is broadly interested in using historical datasets and demographic and epidemiological models to understand the interplay between human demography and infectious disease dynamics. Her dissertation examines the causes and consequences of seasonality in the transmission and incidence of common childhood infectious diseases in a variety of contexts. Ayesha received a B.A. in physics and economics from Carleton College in Minnesota.