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Divya Hosangadi, MSPH
Senior Analyst, Research Associate

Infectious disease control global health vaccine sciences and policy public health surveillance

Divya Hosangadi, MSPH
Divya Hosangadi, MSPH

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Professional Profile

Ms. Hosangadi is a Senior Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and a Research Associate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Her primary research interests include vaccine access during emergencies, optimization of mass vaccination, misinformation and infodemiology management during health emergencies, and public health policy and preparedness.

At the Center, Ms. Hosangadi primarily assesses how technologies, vaccination policies and strategies, and preparedness activities centered around mass vaccination could expedite pandemic immunization coverage. She has participated in the development of a recommended vaccine allocation strategy in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and is currently assessing optimal vaccine allocation and public health response strategies for other pathogens, including smallpox. Ms. Hosangadi is also leading an analysis of government actions being implemented to combat misinformation during public health emergencies and is part of a team that assesses the content and characteristics of misinformation spreading on social media. Ms. Hosangadi is also an Associate Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Health Security.

Ms. Hosangadi has worked at the World Health Organization and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, informing vaccine policy and assessing vaccine impact. She earned an MSPH in global disease epidemiology and control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2017, where she focused on assessing disease burden of bacterial enteropathogens in the context of vaccine development. During this period, she also earned a certificate in vaccine science and policy. Ms. Hosangadi has a BS in microbiology from the Pennsylvania State University Schreyer Honors College, where she conducted research assessing the mechanism of action for a novel synthetic antibiotic.


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