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Quincy Sanderlin, MS, MPH is a PHI/ CDC Global Health Epidemiology Fellow with the Global Health Office Division of Viral Hepatitis. Quincy’s fellowship focuses on the global elimination of viral hepatitis through the implementation of strategies and global efforts in collaboration with domestic CDC offices, Ministries of Health, the World Health Organization (WHO), international public health professionals, and foreign government officials. Quincy’s pursuit in global health sciences began when she earned her Master’s in Biomedical Sciences at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science. She became more passionate about health equity and forging social justice and went on to earn a Master of Public Health with a concentration in Urban Health Disparities. Her dual academic background in clinical science and public health has allowed her to explore a range of scientific experiences thus far: from pharmaceutical trials, to public health projects, to emergency epidemiology, to education as a science teacher. While her path emcompasses two distinct disciplines, her purpose lies within one goal: to use her dual expertise to advance health equity amongst local communities and global populations through policy implementation, clinical research, data analysis, and scientific collaboration. She looks forward to connecting with organizations and change-makers who are equally dedicated to this mission.

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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