Doctoral degree, Technical University of Munich (2019)
Eva is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Infection Analytics Program at the Kirby Institute, UNSW.
She has a background in mathematical biology and received her doctoral degree in 2019 from the Technical University of Munich. Her postdoctoral research first focused on malaria. She uses mathematical modelling and statistical analysis to gain a better understanding of within host dynamics of malaria infections and immunity.
Currently, Eva's research focuses on passive antibody treatments of SARS-CoV-2 infections. Using statistical analysis and model fitting of published efficacy data, she explores the effect of timing and dose and the optimal deployment of different types of passive antibody treatments.
My Research Supervision
Currently, I am co-supervising a Research Honours student in mathematical modelling of malaria parasite viability.