ALISON HILL, PHD ’13, biophysics, MPH ’20, is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University where she leads a research team developing mathematical models and computational tools to help understand, predict, and control the spread of infectious diseases. She has worked extensively on HIV/AIDS, drug resistant infections, and the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to beginning at Johns Hopkins, she was a John Harvard Distinguished Science Fellow at Harvard. Alison is a recipient of the NIH Director's Early Independence Award, was listed on the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Healthcare, and is a member of the World Economic Forum’s Young Scientists. While at Harvard Griffin GSAS, she served as co-chair of the Science Policy Group, Prime Minister of the Canadian Club, as a Dudley House Social Fellow, and as a Commencement Marshall.