Aly is a Ph.D. student in E-IPER, with fields of inquiry in Global Change Ecology and Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Using the framework of One Health, Aly seeks to design and evaluate policies that benefit both ecological conservation and public health broadly. With a strong background in applied mathematics, Aly's work is highly formal, employing sophisticated mathematical and statistical models, remote sensing and spatial analysis, and agent-based simulation. She has done ecological fieldwork in Peru and Brazil.
Prior to coming to Stanford, Aly completed a B.S. in Applied Mathematics and an M.A. in Biostatistics at Brown University. She was also an ORISE Data Science Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.