- Postdoctoral Fellow
Dr. Logan Stuck is an epidemiologist, statistician, and data scientist with over seven years of experience using these skills for innovation in the research, control, and prevention of infectious diseases and other causes of morbidity and mortality in vulnerable populations. He has conducted field work in Ethiopia, mainland Tanzania, Zanzibar, Zambia, and Zimbabwe and supported research remotely for many other countries. These projects included intervention program evaluation projects, cost evaluations, as well as leading workshops to build quantitative research capacity.
Following his bachelor’s degree at St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, USA, Logan worked as a grant writer at Monument Health in Rapid City, South Dakota, USA, then pursued a master’s degree in biostatistics at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. After receiving his MS in Biostatistics, Logan worked as a statistician for the Health Partners Institute in Minnesota until enrolling as a doctoral student at the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, where his dissertation research focused on the evaluation of systems effectiveness and cost of reactive case detection for malaria in Zanzibar. After receiving his PhD, he acquired a position as an epidemiologist and postdoctoral fellow at the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development in Amsterdam, Netherlands where he currently works today.