The Chelsea Project is a collaboration between scientists, policy advisors, designers, and public health experts.
Karthik Dinakar — Chelsea Project Founder & Research Lead and Machine learning and clinical medicine researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Barry Keppard — Chelsea Project Lead and Director of the Public Health Department at the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC).
Dan Cortez — Chelsea Project Lead and Community Engagement Specialist at the Chelsea Hub and Chelsea Police Department.
Samantha Bates — Executive Director at the Cambridge, MA based nonprofit Center of Complex Interventions.
Flor Amaya — Director of Public Health, Chelsea.
Cristina Alonso — Health Equity Specialist, La Colaborativa.
Lou Mammolette — City Engineer, Deputy Commissioner at the Department of Public Works Chelsea Massachusetts.
Nour Sharara — Public Health Scientist, Biobot Analytics.
David Bedoya — Department Head- Water/Wastewater, Dewberry.
Agents Based Infectious Disease Modeling
Dhaval Adjodah — Computational Science & Machine Learning Researcher at Center of Complex Interventions.
Rapid Antigen Testing
Irene Bosch — Virologist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Cherie Ramirez — Scientist at Simmons University.
Matthew Frank — Supportive Services Manager, Chelsea Housing Authority.
Paul Nowicki — Director of Operations, Chelsea Housing Authority.
Jose Arocha — Onsite coordinator.
Jorge Amaya — Onsite coordinator.
Sina Hoche — Doctoral Candidate, Harvard University.
Scientific Mentor and Advisor
Joe DeRisi — Molecular biologist and biochemist at University of California, San Francisco.
Kate McCall-Kiley — White House Presidential Innovation Fellow focusing on policy design and strategy.
We would like to thank the Reid Hoffman Foundation for their generous support of The Chelsea Project.