Duncan Mahood

Epidemiology - Data Science - Web Development

Epidemiologic Research & Methods, LLC

Rollins School of Public Health


Duncan Mahood is a masters-level public health consultant with extensive experience in data science and epidemiology, as well as web design, email marketing, and social media. Currently, he works with Epidemiologic Research & Methods, LLC (ERM), an Atlanta-based consulting firm, as well as the Epidemiology Department at Rollins School of Public Health, where he founded and serves as managing editor of The Confounder, a student- and alumni-oriented blog.

Duncan lives and works remotely, but is currently stationed in Atlanta, GA.


  • Infectious Disease Modeling
  • Outbreak Science
  • Spatial Epidemiology


  • MPH in Global Epidemiology, 2019

    Rollins School of Public Health

  • BSc in History of Science, Medicine & Technology, 2014

    University of Wisconsin-Madison



Data Analysis

Web Development



Public Health Consultant

Epidemiologic Research & Methods, LLC (ERM)

May 2019 – Present Remote

Web and Social Media Manager

Rollins School of Public Health

Aug 2018 – Present Atlanta, GA

Malaria Epidemiology Intern

USAID/RTI International

May 2018 – Sep 2018 Bangkok, Thailand

Data Management Intern

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Sep 2017 – May 2018 Atlanta, GA


Charles C. Shepard Award (Finalist)

Presented annually since 1986, the Charles C. Shepard Award is given to the graduating master’s student who is deemed by the faculty to have prepared the most scholarly research paper. The award honors the work and memory of Dr. Charles C. Shepard, an outstanding scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who made important advances in the field of public health.


Malaria Risk Map - Thailand

Spatial analysis of local area incident transition from malaria-free to active transmission status.

Nipah Virus Model

What would happen if Nipah virus was more contagious?

The Confounder

A weekly blog curated for current students and alumni of the Epidemiology Department at Rollins School of Public Health.


Looking for someone with my expertise? I am currently accepting consulting projects - feel free to reach out!