Guillaume Chabot-Couture

Guillaume Chabot-Couture

Deputy Director, Eradication and Elimination, Artificial Intelligence, and Frontiers in Modeling

Guillaume Chabot-Couture leads disease elimination and eradication efforts at the Institute for Disease Modeling, focusing on polio eradication, malaria eradication, vaccine preventable disease control, neglected tropical diseases control, and disease eradication genomics. He also leads research on uses of artificial intelligence, large language models, and frontier modeling technologies for global health.

Guillaume’s teams inform and guide efforts to achieve permanent improvements in the health of people in the lowest-income communities around the world. Guillaume also serves as an advisor on polio eradication on the polio working group of the World Health Organizations’ Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization.

Guillaume holds a Ph.D. in applied physics from Stanford University and volunteers as an alumni interviewer of prospective students.

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