Doctoral degree, Technical University of Munich (2019).
Master of Science (Mathematics in Bioscience), Technical University of Munich (2016).
Bachelor of Science (Mathematics), Technical University of Munich (2013).
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. During her doctoral studies, she modeled and analyzed the dynamics of high-copy plasmids (mobile genetic elements) in a bacterial population in order to determine the long-term distribution of plasmids.
Currently, Eva's research focuses on malaria. She uses mathematical modelling and statistical analysis to gain a better understanding of malaria infections and immunity.