Elizabeth Mitgang, MSc
Research Assistant, Global Obesity Prevention Center (GOPC)
Research Assistant, Department of International Health
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Elizabeth Mitgang joined the Global Obesity Prevention Center in July 2017 to conduct her thesis research on EVD (Ebola Virus Disease) vaccine delivery in Liberia in fulfillment of her Master of Science degree from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine where she studied Control of Infectious Diseases.
At the GOPC, Elizabeth works with the systems science core to develop novel, cost-effective approaches to improving vaccine access in developing settings. Her project portfolio is centered on coordinating the HERMES (Highly Extensible Resource for Modeling Event-Driven Supply Chains) and SIGMA Immunization (Strategic Integrated Geo-temporal Mapping Application) applications.
- Luca, D.L., Mitgang, E., Bloom, D.E., Bärnighausen, T., (2017) Quantifying the Broader Benefits of Vaccination: The Case of the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine in the Philippines (forthcoming).
- Mitgang, E., Hartley, D., Goodman, J. (2017) Mapping carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in Africa: Using diverse data sources to inform surveillance gaps (forthcoming).
- Luca, D. L., Iversen, J. H., Lubet, A. S., Mitgang, E., Onarheim, K. H., Prettner, K., & Bloom, D. E. (2014). Benefits and costs of the women’s health targets for the post-2015 development agenda. Copenhagen Consensus Center Working Paper.
- Zimmerman, R. K., Wiringa, A. E., Nowalk, M. P., Lin, C. J., Rousculp, M. D., Mitgang, E. A., & Lee, B. Y. (2012). The comparative value of various employer-sponsored influenza vaccination clinics. Journal of occupational and environmental medicine, 54(9), 1107-1117.
- Lee, B. Y., Wiringa, A. E., Mitgang, E. A., McGlone, S. M., Afriyie, A. N., Song, Y., & Beigi, R. H. (2011). Routine pre-cesarean Staphylococcus aureus screening and decolonization: a cost-effectiveness analysis. The American journal of managed care, 17(10), 693.