Caroline Korves

Caroline Korves is an epidemiologist with ICAP's Monitoring, Evaluation and Research (MER) Unit and MER Liaison for Ethiopia.

Before joining ICAP, Dr. Korves was a research fellow at The Earth Institute at Columbia University. During her fellowship, she developed sampling protocols for health studies within the Millennium Village Project, and worked with the BedStuyWest Community Study to conduct social network analyses to evaluate HIV serodiscordant mixing patterns and HIV serostatus disclosure. Her doctoral research focused on transmission modeling and cost-effectiveness analyses for West Nile Virus and contributed to policy discussions on blood safety.

Dr. Korves holds a doctorate of science in epidemiology from the Harvard School of Public Health.