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Georgiana McTigue, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global HIV Prevention Fellow for CDC in Yaoundé, Cameroon. She holds both a Master of Public Health in Global Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health from Brown University. Prior to the fellowship, Georgiana served as a Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellow at the US Department of State’s Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator, where she conducted quantitative analyses using SIMS and MER data, and as a coordinator at the Clinton Health Access Initiative, where she conducted research to inform the scoping of new strategic priorities including adolescent contraceptive access, safe abortion, and HIV/family planning integration. Through her research at the Brown University School of Public Health and the Miriam Hospital, Georgiana has investigated the contraceptive choices of postpartum women living with HIV in Cape Town, South Africa, as well as the self-management strategies of adults living with HIV and chronic pain in the US. Her research interests have brought her to Vietnam, South Africa, and Argentina.

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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