- Al Ozonoff, Boston Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
- Andrew B. Lawson, Medical University of South Carolina
- Ben Taylor, Lancaster University
- John M. Stelling, WHO Collaborating Centre for Surveillance of
Antimicrobial Resistance, Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Martin Kulldorff, Harvard Medical School
- Peter J. Diggle, Lancaster University
- Thibaut Jombart, Imperial College London
- Virgilio Gomez-Rubio, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
I am a member of the R Epidemics Consortium (RECON), a group of international experts in infectious disease modelling, public health, and software development to create the next generation of analysis tools for disease outbreak response using the R software.
I am a member of R-Ladies Global, a worldwide organization to promote gender diversity in the R community. R-Ladies supports minority gender R enthusiasts to achieve their programming potential by building a collaborative global network to facilitate individual and collective progress worldwide.
I am a member of NASA Datanauts, an international community of people interested in learning how to develop data science skills through access to and use of NASA's open data. Borne out of NASA's Women in Data initiative, activities encourage collaboration between members, skill-sharing, and the merging of ideas.