Postdoctoral Fellow, RWJ Health & Society Scholars Program, School of Public Health.
Postdoctoral Fellow Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Princeton University
Major U.S. and global health issues such as the emergence and reemergence of infectious diseases, population ageing, and the health impacts of anthropogenic change cannot be addressed within isolated academic disciplines. Understanding and devising the appropriate policies to address these problems requires an interdisciplinary approach. As a Health & Society Scholar, Dr. Dorelien plans to use such an approach to examine the influence of population aging and its attendant immunosenescence on infectious disease transmission and incidence.
Dorelien, Audrey, Sebastien Ballesteros, and Bryan Grenfell. 2013. "Impact of Birth Seasonality on Dynamics of Acute Immunizing Infections in Sub-Saharan Africa." PLoS ONE, 8(10). DOI. Abstract. Public Access.
Dorelien, Audrey, Deborah Balk, and Megan Todd. 2013. "What is Urban? Comparing a Satellite View with Demographic and Health Surveys." Population and Development Review, 39(3): 413-440. DOI. Abstract.
Tatem, Andrew, Susana Adamo, Nita Bharti, Clara Burgert, Marcia Castro, Audrey Dorelien, Gunter Fink, Catherine Linard, Mendelsohn John, Livia Montana, Mark Montgomery, Andrew Nelson, Abdisalan Noor, Deepa Pindolia, Greg Yetman, and Deborah Balk. 2012. "Mapping populations at risk: improving spatial demographic data for infectious disease modeling and metric derivation." Population Health Metrics, 10(8). DOI. Abstract. Public Access.