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Joshua Smith-Sreen, MPH, is a Global Epidemiology Fellow based at CDC Malawi. Josh earned his Master of Public Health at Boston University, where he specialized in Epidemiology & Biostatistics and Monitoring & Evaluation. Josh has held internships with USAID and CDC in Nairobi, Kenya, and has experience living and working in diverse income settings, including the US (Boston, Washington DC), Spain, Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Sri Lanka, Jordan, India and Gabon. Most recently, he worked at the Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center of Brigham & Women’s Hospital and Harvard, where he focused on building scientific and operational solutions to increase diverse representation in global clinical research. He has also supported faculty at the Boston University Department of Global Health on various research projects, including quantitative analysis on drug and vaccine shortages in low and middle income countries, empirical analysis of the motivations behind global pharmaceutical programs, and qualitative research on digital health technology adoption in Zambia. Josh has also studied premature mortality from cancer at the National Cancer Institute, sexual health behaviors at a HIV-testing center in Spain, and HIV latency mechanisms at George Washington University and Boston Medical Center laboratories. He has strong interests spanning the intersection of clinical research and global health programs, the use of digital health technologies to strengthen health systems, and epidemiological investigation of infectious disease.

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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