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William (Bill) Effah, MD, MPH, is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow in the Epidemiology and Surveillance Branch for CDC Malawi. His work supports the CDC TRACE team to coordinate technical support, communication, and activities related to planning, implementation, and monitoring of recent HIV infection surveillance and data management in several Sub-Saharan African countries. Bill has a medical degree and a Master of Public Health degree from Washington University in St Louis. He has both clinical and research experience as a general practice physician-administrator leading healthcare teams in West Africa and as research fellow with the Prevention Research Center at Washington University in St Louis. He is generally interested in “questions” and therefore has broad interests in areas such as epidemiology, dissemination and implementation science as it relates to infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa, maternal and child health, neglected tropical diseases, and leveraging technology to improve health outcomes in LMICs.

The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is implemented for CDC by the Public Health Institute and its partner Consortium of Universities for Global Health.


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