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Tee Reh, BA, MPH, is a current PHI/CDC Global Health Program fellow for the Division for Parasitic Disease and Malaria Entomology Branch. With humbling refugee life experience with infectious diseases, specifically Malaria, Tee is inspired to be professional in diseases prevention and promotion anywhere in the world. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and an MPH with a focus in epidemiology. He worked as a researcher in a laboratory setting, a teaching assistant in an elementary school, and a community health worker for the Burmese community in Greensboro, NC. He also worked in the Ames Studies database as a fellow for the FDA last year. He is a learner and passionate about infectious diseases. Tee likes to play soccer and spend my time in nature in his relaxed time.

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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