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Jerome Bronson, MS is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Program Management Fellow in the CDC/Office of the Deputy Director for Public Health Service and Implementation Science (DDPHSIS), serving as a Health Equity Fellow focused on data modernization. CDC’s Data Modernization efforts work to “bridge the gap between data we have now and the data we need to fully understand and address the diversity of health disparities”. The goal is to discover ways to take action toward more equity in public health globally to ensure data is complete, of higher quality, more accessible, and more representative of all people. As a Health Equity Fellow, Jerome will focus on building “equity-centered” data systems that account for global social factors to include: where people live, their environment, their income and jobs, the discrimination they face, and their access to health care. Jerome is a DrPH candidate at Jackson State University with a concentration in Health, Policy, and Management. Before the fellowship, he served as a Harvard University Fellow with the Racial Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Science Education Labxchange Project. Jerome conducted secondary data analysis with the Jackson Heart Study, an epidemiologic investigation of cardiovascular disease in the African American population.

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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