Mireille Kamariza, PhD

Dr. Mireille Kamariza is a Junior Fellow at the Society of Fellows at Harvard University. With a background in infectious disease research, she examines topics regarding the future of precision medicine in global health.

Prior to her appointment at Harvard, she completed her doctoral studies in Biology at Stanford University where she developed a new diagnostic technology for the rapid and simple detection of tuberculosis (TB) at the point-of-care. Her work was translated into a public benefit corporation and, as a co-Founder of OliLux Biosciences, Inc. -- a company dedicated to providing low-cost, portable and reliable diagnostic devices in low-resource settings -- she continues to serve the underserved and underrespresented populations. She also hold a masters degree from the University of California, Berkeley in Molecular and Cell Biology and a bachelors degree from the University of California, San Diego in Biochemistry and Chemistry. 

Research themes: Precision Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Global Health, Science & Technology.

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