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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The Rollins COVID-19 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 COVID-19 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.
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As the pandemic unfolded, E. Lisa Chung got involved with multiple response efforts, from performing tests and delivering vaccines to mapping out prevention plans. She’ll continue her studies as a Rollins PhD student this fall.
An epidemiology expert embedded with the Fulton County Board of Health, Emory faculty member and alumna Allison Chamberlain helped shape the local response to COVID-19 while giving public health students invaluable practical experience in fighting a pandemic.