Sabrina is a DPhil student in the School of Geography and the Environment supervised by Dr Janey Messina and Professor Oliver Pybus.
She is interested in investigating the contributions of human-environment interactions on viral infectious disease spread using a combination of GIS, spatial epidemiology, and phylogeographic techniques. Her DPhil thesis will investigate how the interactions between human mobility and environmental dynamics drive the spatial spread of yellow fever in Brazil.
Before coming to Oxford, Sabrina worked as Research Assistant in the Department of Epidemiology at McGill University. She holds an MSc (Geography) and BASc (Environmental Engineering) from the University of Waterloo.