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Jennifer Imaa, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow working in the Science and Surveillance Branch within CDC Tanzania. Prior to this fellowship, she served as an ORISE Fellow at CDC on the Domestic WASH Epidemiology Team in the Waterborne Disease Prevention Branch within the Division of Foodborne, Waterborne and Environmental Diseases (DFWED). Her primary responsibilities included supporting case surveillance activities and data management for waterborne pathogens and free living amebas within the branch. Jennifer received her Master of Public Health in Global Epidemiology from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Studies from the University of Southern California. During her MPH program, she also held a position with the Georgia Emerging Infections Program where she worked on active surveillance of foodborne pathogens and vaccine preventable diseases. Jennifer also has experience working abroad in Thailand, Colombia and Dominican Republic. Notably, she served as a Monitoring and Evaluation Intern with World Water Relief, a nonprofit organization in Dominican Republic where she assisted with designing a monitoring and evaluation plan for a WASH in schools project. Jennifer hopes to further develop her skills in epidemiology, surveillance and data analysis in this new role with CDC Tanzania.

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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