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Nuha Naqvi, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow with CDC South Africa in the Epidemiology and Strategic Information Branch. She earned her MPH in Tropical Medicine from Tulane University and her undergraduate degree in Biology and Global Health from the College of William & Mary. Nuha has experience conducting viral hemorrhagic fever research in Sierra Leone, where she focused on the effectiveness of rapid diagnostic test (RDT) usage on early referral rates of rural-area patients with Lassa fever. She previously worked for USAID with the multidrug-resistant tuberculosis team on program implementation, global data analysis, and national reporting from high-burden countries. She most recently worked in an immunology laboratory at NIH where she conducted clinical research on HIV pathogenesis. Nuha is excited to be joining the Surveys and Surveillance team to support national survey implementation and strategic planning, assist in protocol development, and conduct secondary data analysis for population-based HIV surveillance studies.

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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