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Erica Conway, MSc, is a PHI/CDC Global Health Security Fellow with the Field Epidemiology Training Program of the Workforce and Institute Development Branch in Atlanta, Georgia. Erica will work with various stakeholders and partners to help achieve program objectives and provide review and oversight on educational curricula and training for residents as it relates to epidemiology and program management. Prior to this fellowship, Erica worked at the Alaska State Health Department, Section of Epidemiology, where she provided data analytics of Alaska’s COVID-19 reporting data. Prior to this, Erica lived in Taipei, Taiwan, where she performed research on spatiotemporally identified self-harm and suicide clusters, and pesticide-related suicide surveillance. Erica speaks French and Mandarin Chinese, and has 3 years of global health experience, with an emphasis on data management and analysis. Erica holds a Master of Science in Global Health from National Taiwan University, and a Bachelor of Science in Plant Sciences from Washington State University. Erica’s passion is global health epidemiology and is excited to work with the WIDB/FETP team to tackle the challenges of disease threats.

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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