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Anne Rimoin Wikipedia
Anne W. Rimoin is an infectious disease epidemiologist whose research focuses on emerging infectious diseases (EIDs), particularly those that are crossing species from animal to human populations. She is an Associate Professor in the Department of Epidemiology at UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is an internationally recognized expert on the epidemiology of human monkeypox, and disease emergence in Central Africa. She is performing research on the 2014 epidemic of Ebola. Her father, David Rimoin, was a highly regarded physician noted for his contributions to research in the genetics of dwarfism and inheritable diseases.