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Carly Malburg, MPH, CCRP is a PHI/CDC Global Surveillance Fellow for the Key Population Surveillance Team within the CDC Center of Global Health Division of Global HIV and TB. Carly earned a Master of Public Health in Global Health from New York University. Her Master’s public health practice research focused on evaluating the current gaps in available healthcare interventions in Low-Middle-Income-Countries in the context of supportive cancer care for cancer patients undergoing active treatment and cancer survivors. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Wayne State University. In addition to her education, Carly has field global health experience working in maternal-child health, HIV/AIDs, and community outreach in Uganda through Child Family Health International. Prior to joining the fellowship program, for the past 5+ years, Carly has worked in clinical oncology research for two different NCI accredited Comprehensive Cancer Centers. Her experience and expertise include training development and facilitation, human subject safety, clinical research regulatory processes, protocol design and development, informed consent writing, data collection and analysis, and manuscript writing. Her interests include health systems strengthening, health equity, health human rights, and clinical and non-clinical research.

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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