Ms, PhD, UCLA
Associate Professor of Epidemiology, Complex Systems, and Mathematics , University of Michigan
Marisa Eisenberg, PhD, MS, is an associate professor of epidemiology, complex systems, and mathematics, and interim director of the Center for the Study of Complex Systems at the University of Michigan. Her research is in mathematical epidemiology and infectious disease modeling, and blends mathematics, statistics, and epidemiology to understand transmission dynamics, inform intervention strategies, and improve forecasting. During the pandemic, Eisenberg has been closely involved in COVID-19 response efforts at both the state and university level, developing modeling, analysis, and tools to understand COVID-19 in Michigan.