Anne Catherine Grady

Field assistant

Catherine graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 2019 with a degree in public health and animal behavior. After graduation, she studied Yersinia pestis and oral vaccines in black-footed prairie dogs with USGS in Badlands National Park. She continued on to work for the Peace Corps in Rwanda as a maternal health educator. 

Currently, she is working in the Eco-Epidemiology Lab to examine the social and environmental drivers of Borrelia burgdorferi. Her research interests focus on the epidemiology of zoonotic vector-borne diseases and global health inequities.

In August, she still be attending graduate school at Washington State University to study the eco-epidemiology of zoonotic diseases.