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Gail Gustavson, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global Health Epidemiology fellow within the Division of Global HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis (DGHT) in Kampala, Uganda. Gail received her MPH from University of California-Berkeley. During her Master’s program she worked at the Tuberculosis Control Program at Public Health – Seattle & King County on a research project that examined barriers and facilitators to latent tuberculosis infection treatment. Prior to this work, Gail was an integral part of the women’s cancers team within the Sexual and Reproductive Health Department at the global health organization PATH. In this position Gail supported the team and implementing partners in efforts to establish and improve cervical and breast cancer screening. Most recently, Gail worked in the Emergency Preparedness Department at Public Health – Seattle & King County on the COVID-19 Vaccine Team, where she lead efforts to plan community-based ‘pop-up’ vaccination clinics throughout King County, working directly with community leaders and healthcare partners to reduce barriers to vaccine access in marginalized communities. Gail strives to bring a community-centered and collaborative approach to her work in public health.

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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