Chris von Csefalvay is a clinical computational epidemiologist, data scientist & AI expert with an emphasis on using technology to help people live longer, healtier lives. Born in Hungary and trained in the UK, he has been living and travelling all over the world over the last fifteen years. After initial studies in law, he has worked as an intelligence analyst, later moving on to computational epidemiology and data science. His research interests are primarily related to population modelling, infectious disease dynamics and filoviruses. The author of several papers in mathematics, computer science and law and a forthcoming monograph about the human and natural history of filoviral haemorrhagic fevers, he splits his time between Budapest and Arlington, VA, and spends most of his free time with his wife Katie, an artist and art historian, and their golden retriever, Ollie.
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