Rollins Epidemiology Fellow, Victoria Roy, and Rollins School of Public Health students, Marija Pritchard, Mehar Anand, and Ellisen Herndon, received the 2022 Students Who Rocked Public Health Award
The Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship Program is a 2-year intensive training program. Fellows will be assigned to 1 of the 18 Georgia health districts or the Georgia Department of Public Health.
This exciting opportunity allows fellows the opportunity to be a part of a Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Network. This will provide networking opportunities to share experiences, challenges, best practices and ideas for integration into health departments and assisting with the COVID-19 response.
Supporting practice- and evaluation- focused activities that put Emory’s talented academic community into the service of Georgia’s public health partners during the COVID-19 crisis and into the future.
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