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Gwladys Emmane Fotso Chekam MPH, is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow in the Division of Viral Disease in Atlanta, Georgia. Gwladys’s fellowship involves enhancing global pan respiratory disease surveillance and response activities, and to strengthening global epidemiological capacity and capabilities for data analyses and usage. Gwladys earned her Master of Public Health in Global Health Epidemiology and Disease Control from George Washington University and holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Education and Promotion: Community Health from Towson University. Prior to this fellowship, Gwladys worked at Georgia Department of Public Health, where she conducted surveillance of Covid-19 to determine trends and detect, while providing support in developing and implementing measures to control Covid-19 outbreak. She also worked at District of Columbia Department of Health, where she conducted data surveillances to identify new HIV and STI diagnosis, and monitor in care continuum while creating quarterly provider’s health report for Washington DC area. Gwladys is passionate about global health epidemiology and working in infectious disease that affect low-income/underdeveloped populations.

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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