Anna is a research analyst with the New Delhi office of CDDEP. She graduated in Biomedical science, specializing in microbiology, having completed training in a clinical microbiology lab with the National Health Service, before gaining a Masters at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her MSc in the Control of Infectious Diseases focused on vector-borne diseases and she conducted her postgraduate research on insecticide resistance and dengue control in Mexico with the CDC and the University of Yucatan. Prior to joining CDDEP, Anna worked with the global malaria program to establish a global insecticide resistance database and with the Malaria Consortium to answer key research questions, using demographic health survey data. Her interests lie in infectious diseases and their control methods.