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Nathan Lo

Assistant Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases)
Nathan Lo is an Assistant Professor of Infectious Diseases and a physician-scientist. His research group studies the transmission of infectious diseases and impact of public health interventions to inform policy aimed at controlling and eliminating these diseases. His research blends diverse computational methodologies, including tools from infectious disease epidemiology and modeling. Nathan’s interest spans across multiple infectious diseases, both domestically and internationally, with a focus on vaccine-preventable infections (including COVID-19) and neglected parasitic diseases (such as schistosomiasis). He frequently collaborates with public health agencies, such as the California Department of Public Health and the World Health Organization. In 2022, he received a NIH New Innovator Award (DP2, NIAID).


BS, Rice University, Bioengineering
PhD, Stanford University, Epidemiology
MD, Stanford University, Medicine
Clinical residency, University of California, San Francisco, Internal Medicine
Fellowship training, University of California, San Francisco, Infectious Diseases


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