Assistant ProfessorCo-Director, Undergraduate Honors Program
pomeroy [dot] 26osu [dot] edu
Dr. Pomeroy’s research is in the areas of infectious disease transmission and control. The goal of her research is to understand disease ecology, evolution, and spatial patterns with an emphasis on emerging and reemerging diseases. This involves using data and models of host-pathogen dynamics to identify causes of epidemics in many human and animal systems.
Disease ecology, modeling infectious diseases, phylogenetics
Northrop A, Pomeroy LW. 2019. Forecasting HIV-1 integrase strand transfer inhibitor (INSTI) drug resistance: a modeling study. Forthcoming in J AIDS.
Pomeroy LW, Moritz M, Garabed RB. 2019. Network analysis of transhumance movements and implications for foot-and-mouth disease transmission. Epidemics, Volume 28, September 2019, 100334.
Moreno-Torres K, Pomeroy LW, Moritz M, Saville W, Wolfe B, Garabed R. 2017. Host species heterogeneity in the epidemiology of Neospora caninum. PLoS ONE
Pomeroy LW, Bjørnstad ON, Kim H, Jumbo SD, Abdoulkadiri S, Garabed RB. 2015. Serotype specific transmission and waning immunity of endemic foot-and-mouth disease in Cameroon. PLoS ONE. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0136642
Pomeroy LW, Bjørnstad ON, Holmes EC. 2008. The Evolutionary and Epidemiological Dynamics of the Paramyxovirdae. Journal of Molecular Evolution, 66(2): 98-106. doi: 10.1007/s00239-007-9040-x