I am an associate professor of veterinary epidemiology in the Koret School of Veterinary Medicine in the Hebrew Universtiy. I graduated DVM studies in the Hebrew University and completed a Master degree in epidemiology in the Tel-Aviv University. My main research is aimed at the epidemiology of infectious diseases in animals and humans and vaccine evaluation. Currently I am the head of the new Veterinary Master of Public Health program in the Hebrew University.
I am a consultant of EFSA and the EUFMD on several topics such as risk of vector borne disease introduction to Europe, Lumpy skin disease and evaluation of FMD vaccine effectiveness.
I am an assocaite editor of Frontiers in Veterinary Science, section Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics.