Benjamin Anderson
Assistant Professor of Global Health at Duke Kunshan University

Dr. Anderson is an Assistant Professor of Science and Global Health at Duke Kunshan University. Dr. Anderson has a MPH and PhD in Public Health concentrating in One Health, with research interests in emerging infectious diseases, zoonotic diseases, and viral respiratory pathogens. He has considerable laboratory experience, specifically in virology and molecular diagnostics, and has worked extensively in China and the USA performing bioaerosol studies in different animal agriculture and clinical settings. He also has an interest in topics that reside at the intersection of global health research and public policy.

Current Research Interests

My research interests focus on viral emerging infectious diseases, particularly zoonotic diseases that occur at the human and animal interface. I am especially interested in using bioaerosol sampling to conduct surveillance for emerging pathogens in potential emerging infectious disease hot spots and among vulnerable populations with intense contact with animal reservoirs.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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