Torre Lavelle, M.Sc.

Doctoral Student

Torre Lavelle is a PhD student in Colin Carlson’s lab at Georgetown University, and is interested in the impact of anthropogenic environmental changes on disease dynamics. Her work is focused on identifying the drivers of disease emergence and providing guidance on zoonotic disease and biodiversity loss policy work. Torre previously worked at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy as Special Assistant and interim Chief of Staff to the Director, and was a founding team member of the Columbia Climate School. She holds a B.S. in Ecology from the University of Georgia and M.Sc. from the University of Oxford.