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Faculty Member

Ashleigh Tuite PhD, MPH, MSc

Email Address(es)
Epidemiology Division
Assistant Professor
SGS Status
Associate Member
Appointment Status
Status Only

Research Interests

  • Communicable disease epidemiology
    • Sexually transmitted infections
    • Vaccine-preventable diseases
    • Emerging infectious diseases
  • Communicable disease transmission models
  • Health economic models of communicable diseases
  • Population movement and disease outbreaks

Ashleigh Tuite is an infectious disease epidemiologist and mathematical modeler. Dr. Tuite’s research program focuses on the use of mathematical modeling and other quantitative methods to improve decision-making for emerging, re-emerging, and endemic communicable diseases. She uses models to project the spread of communicable diseases and better understand and quantify the health, economic, and social implications of different control measures and policies. She is particularly interested in the use of mathematical models to synthesize and communicate complex information and uncertainty.

Education & Training History

  • Post-Doctoral Research Fellow – Prevention Policy Modeling Lab, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
  • PhD –  Epidemiology and Mathematical Modeling, Institute of Medical Science, University of Toronto
  • MPH – Epidemiology, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
  • MSc – Biochemistry, McGill University
  • HBSc – Biochemistry, University of Toronto