As a recent graduate of George Washington University’s (GWU's) Milken Institute School of Public Health, Clare Stoddart specializes in microbiological insights into epidemiology. She earned her MS in public health microbiology and emerging infectious diseases from GWU and a BS in microbiology and completed a minor in public health at the University of Minnesota. She has completed significant projects highlighting alternative treatment of catheter-associated bacterial infections and adherence to Clostridioides difficile treatment following GW hospital’s testing algorithm, among others. Currently, she is dedicating research efforts to CIDRAP’s Chronic Wasting Disease program alongside a multidisciplinary team of experts and plans on continually expanding her expertise in this field and other emerging infectious disease topics.
Clare Stoddart, MS