Lindsay joined the Center faculty in 2010 where she works on the infectious disease team. Previously, Lindsay completed her doctoral research with the Center where she evaluated the viral causes of diarrhea among Navajo and White Mountain Apace infants. Lindsay’s current research activities focus on Streptococcus pneumoniae and vaccine impact. Her research interests include evaluation of vaccine effectiveness, using laboratory diagnostics to inform epidemiological research and the genetic evolution of pathogens. Lindsay received her degrees in 2006 (MPH) and 2010 (PhD) from Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health.
- Epidemiologic and clinical features of other enteric viruses associated with acute gastroenteritis
- Lack of nonspecific protection against all-cause nonrotavirus gastroenteritis by vaccination
- Detection of G3P and G3P rotavirus strains in American Indian children
- Efficacy of a pentavalent human-bovine reassortant rotavirus vaccine against rotavirus gastroenterit
- Efficacy of a 5-Valent Rotavirus Vaccine Against Gastroenteritis Among American Indian Children
- Vaccines reduce the spread of pneumococcal disease in children