Founder and CEO, Talus Analytics
Ellie Graeden, PhD, is the founder and CEO of Talus Analytics and an associate professor (adjunct) with the Georgetown University Center for Global Health Science and Security, bringing a scientific approach to lead high-profile projects that shape the way decisions are made in the fields of global public health, natural disaster planning and response, and risk assessment. Ellie is an accomplished researcher and data expert who has built a unique approach to data analysis, visualization, and computational modeling to inform policy and operational decision making. She earned her PhD in Biology from MIT and undergraduate degree in Microbiology from Oregon State University.
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