Laura Matrajt, PhD

Dr. Laura Matrajt PhD
Staff Scientist

Laura Matrajt, PhD

Staff Scientist
Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, Fred Hutch

Mail Stop: M2-C200

Research lies at the interface of mathematics, computer science, biology, and public health policy. Utilizing and developing quantitative tools including dynamical systems, differential equations, stochastic processes, operations research and optimization to understand complex biological processes.


University of Washington, 2011, PhD (Applied Mathematics)

University of Washington, 2009, MS (Applied Mathematics)

University of Washington, 2007, MS (Mathematics)

UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico) 2004, BS (Mathematics)

Research Interests

Mathematical and computational models of infectious diseases (within-host and population models)

Optimization of public health interventions

B-cell immunology

Current Projects

Impacts of COVID-19 vaccine and other interventions

Optimization of COVID-19 vaccine allocation

Optimization of Oral Cholera Vaccines

Models of B-cell immunology