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Madeline Tiee, MS

Madeline Tiee, MS

MD Candidate, UCSF

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  • UC Berkeley, BS, Molecular Environmental Biology, 2009
  • UCLA, MS, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • UCSF School of Medicine, MD, 2015-Present
  • Trauma
  • Global Surgery
  • Access to healthcare for underserved populations
  • Global health capacity building
  • Trauma health systems
  • Pulaar du Nord, Mandarin, French

Maddy is a fourth year UCSF medical student planning to pursue a career in trauma surgery. From 2010-2012, she served in Peace Corps Senegal as an environmental health volunteer where she developed an interest in health disparities and barriers to healthcare access. Prior to medical school, she did fieldwork for avian/swine influenza research in Cameroon and researched monkeypox virus in Central African squirrel populations as part of her masters thesis. Her current interests include trauma health systems and capacity building for low- and middle-income countries.

Tiee, M, RJ Harrigan, HA Thomassen, and TB Smith (2018). Ghosts of infections past: Using archival samples to understand a century of host community dynamics and spatio-temporal prevalence of monkeypox virus. Royal Society Open Science: 5(1): 171089.

  1. Tiee, M, RJ Harrigan, HA Thomassen, and TB Smith. "Investigation into the historical distribution, prevalence, and host community of monkeypox virus (MPXV) using Funisciurus museum skin specimens from Central Africa." Poster presented at Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 13th Annual Conference; 2015 May 28; University of Georgia, Athens, GA. (Presentation)


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