Leslie Mueller, MPH
Associate, Department of International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Leslie is an Associate in the Health Systems Program with the Public Health Operations and Research (PHICOR) Group. She has been a part of PHICOR since August of 2011 and was formally a Senior Analyst at the University of Pittsburgh. Leslie received a Bachelor of Science in Physiology and Developmental Biology with a minor in Molecular Biology from Brigham Young University in 2011 and a Master’s in Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of Pittsburgh in December of 2012. Her current research primarily focuses on operational modeling of various health care associated infections (HAIs), the effects of patient sharing among hospital networks and vaccine supply chains.
- Lee, BY & Mueller, LE. (2014). Computational simulation modeling of Staphylococcus aureus outbreaks. In Clinical Insights. (pp.73-94). Future Medicine Ltd. doi:l0.2217/EB0.13.728.
- Lee BY, Connor DL, Wateska AR, Norman BA, Rajgopal J, Cakouros BE, Chen SI, Claypool EG, Haidari LA, Karir V, Leonard J, Mueller LE, Paul P, Schmitz MM, Welling JS, Weng YT, Brown ST. (2015). Landscaping the structures of GAVI country vaccine supply chains and testing the effects of radical redesign. Vaccine. 26;33(36):4451-8.
- Haidari, LA, Connor DL, Wateska AR, Brown ST, Mueller LE, Norman BA, Schmitz MM, Paul P, Rajgopal J, Welling JS, Leonard J, Chen SI, Lee BY. (2013). Augmenting transport versus increasing cold storage to improve vaccine supply chains. Plos One. 8(5):e64303.
- Haidari, LA, Connor DL, Wateska AR, Brown ST, Mueller LE, Norman BA, Schmitz MM, Paul P, Rajgopal J, Welling JS, Leonard J, Claypool EG, Weng YT, Chen SI, Lee BY. (2013). Only adding stationary storage to vaccine supply chains may create and worsen transport bottlenecks. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 19(Suppl 2): S65-7.