Operations and Research Analyst
Coralei Neighbors is an Operations and Research Analyst within the Hubert-Yeargan Center for Global Health. She has experience in national and international infectious disease research, with interests in disease surveillance, health economics, and global health policy. In her role, she helps manage data and monitor projects across the United States and its territories for the Testing Core within the NIMHD/NIH-sponsored Duke RADx-UP Initiative. Additionally, Coralei carries out epidemiologic data analyses in the United States, Nicaragua, and Sri Lanka for dengue, leptospirosis, rickettsia, and respiratory tract infections and uses stochastic models to analyze the cost-effectiveness of various vaccines for implementation in the Sri Lankan National Immunization Programme.
She received her Bachelor of Science in Education for Health Science Studies from Baylor University and her Master of Science in Global Health from Duke University.