Arielle D'Souza
Arielle D'Souza
Endless Frontier Fellow

Arielle is an Endless Frontier Fellow at the Institute for Progress where she focuses on federal biosecurity policy.

Previously, Arielle has collaborated on the Environment of Misinformation project at the Center for Health Security and has worked on foreign and defense policy in the U.S. Senate and implementation with the State Department’s Afghanistan Counternarcotics team. She has also supported national, state wide, and local level political campaigns.

She received her MSc in Global Health Sciences and Epidemiology from the University of Oxford and a BA in Biological Sciences and Government from Smith College.

Biosecurity
Three Reasons Congress Should Fund Biodefense
Cutting the Chemical Biological Defense Program would be penny-wise and pound-foolish
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January 24th 2023
Biosecurity
Why the Department of Defense Should Invest in Biosurveillance
Building integrated, layered, and pathogen-agnostic detection systems
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October 14th 2022