Computational geneticist and National Geographic Explorer Pardis Sabeti uses medical and evolutionary genetics to better understand the spread and prevention of infectious diseases. Her latest research tracks the origin, spread, control, and change of the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Africa. Her work highlights the power of combining creativity with scientific tools to find new solutions for disease prevention.
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