Dr. Lina Moses is an epidemiologist and disease ecologist. Her primary interest is the control of viral zoonoses transmitted from small mammals. Moses utilizes methods from epidemiology and ecology to understand the interface of human, animal, and pathogen. In addition to observational and quasi-experimental field studies, she is interested in implementing human and animal surveillance for zoonoses at the community level. The ultimate goal of her research is to develop interventions to respond quickly to and reduce primary animal-to-human transmission of pathogens. Dr. Moses teaches TRMD 6420 Tropical Virology. Dr. Moses also holds a secondary faculty appointment in the Department of International Health and Sustainable Development.