About Laura Skrip
I am a quantitative epidemiologist with expertise in mathematical modeling and statistical analysis. As a faculty member at the University of Liberia School of Public Health, I teaches Biostatistics and Epidemiology and coordinate efforts to engage students in practicum and thesis opportunities. As a researcher, it my goal to collaboratively generate evidence that can guide public health decision-making in complex emergencies. I have worked extensively with social scientists, clinicians, basic science researchers, and communities to inform mathematical models for quantifying the potential impact of specifically behavior-focused tools and approaches, including risk communication and community engagement.