Rollins Epidemiology Fellowship – Outbreak Analytics 

Hired into the Rollins Epidemiology Fellows Program and supported by the CDC-funded Emory Center for Infectious Disease Modeling and Analytics Training Hub (CIDMATH), Outbreak Analytics (OA) Fellows serve as early-career Master’s-level epidemiologists for a two-year term within the Georgia Department of Public Health, District 3-4 in Lawrenceville, or District 5-2 in Macon, GA. This fellowship has a strong focus on data analysis and is geared towards graduates with 1-2 years of post-master’s experience.

In addition to their routine epidemiologic and public health response activities, these fellows will contribute to data modernization initiatives, complete analysis projects, and present public health data to community partners and leaders. To supplement their applied data analysis experience in state and local public health, fellows receive mentorship, professional development training and analytic coursework.

Ideal applicants will have a Master’s degree in applied mathematics, informatics, public health, epidemiology, biostatistics, or related field and at least 1 year of public health experience.

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