Guillaume Chabot-Couture is deputy director of Research Programs at the Institute for Disease Modeling (IDM). He leads and develops multiple research teams focused on polio, measles, and guinea worm eradication, health outreach, service delivery, family planning, computational sciences, and health economics. These high performing teams leverage advanced analytics, machine learning, and dynamical modeling to inform and guide the efforts to achieve permanent improvements in health of those most in need around the world. Guillaume serves as an advisor to polio eradication on the polio SAGE working group at WHO.
He holds a Ph.D. in Applied Physics from Stanford University, where he also volunteers as an alumni interviewer to prospective students.
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