Jeremy Rossman



President and Founder

Research-Aid Networks


Dr Rossman has a PhD in Emerging Infectious Diseases and performs interdisciplinary research on: evidence-based humanitarian aid, sociology of trust relations in public health, machine learning prediction of viral outbreaks, and molecular biology of Ebola and influenza viruses. He is a Senior Lecturer in Virology at the University of Kent in the United Kingdom and the President and Founder of the US-based non-profit Research-Aid Networks.

Research-Aid Networks seeks to create an interdisciplinary network of researchers and aid organizations with a single community, encouraging collaborative and evidence-based approaches for assessing need, delivering aid, evaluating effectiveness and achieving long-term relief. By combining research, humanitarian aid and local community support, Research-Aid Networks will create a collaborative system that is able to deliver more effective humanitarian aid and to facilitate long-term sustainable community development.

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