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Chelsea Serra Moreno, MPH is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Epidemiology Fellow, working with the Global Tobacco Control Branch within the Office on Smoking and Health. Her role includes examining the impact of policy-level changes over time and evaluating the use of the Global Tobacco Surveillance System. Chelsea graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Public Health with summa cum laude distinction from The University of Texas at San Antonio in Summer 2020. She went on to earn her MPH in Epidemiology and a Global Health Certificate from UTHealth School of Public Health Houston in December 2021. She has international experience with population-based health promotion through mission work in Haiti and domestic experience with health policy assessment through her previous fellowship with Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio. Chelsea is passionate about health disparities, virology, global health, and her dog, Luna!

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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