Ms. Meyer is a Senior Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and Research Associate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is an Associate Editor of the peer-reviewed journal Health Security. Her primary research interests include emerging infectious diseases, improving outbreak preparedness and response, response to humanitarian crisis, and hospital preparedness. At the Center, Ms. Meyer contributes to a number of different projects that focus on public health, including improving health sector resilience to infectious diseases, improving public communication during public health emergencies, and improving outbreak response.
In 2016, Ms. Meyer earned an MPH degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH), where she concentrated in infectious diseases. Her capstone focused on gastrointestinal anthrax from a global public health perspective. During her time at JHSPH, she worked as a research assistant for the Johns Hopkins Division of Infectious Diseases. While at JHSPH, she also earned a Certificate in Public Health Preparedness.
Ms. Meyer has a BA in biology from Carroll College and a BSN from Georgetown University. Prior to attending graduate school, she worked as a burn and trauma intensive care nurse at a level one trauma center in Washington, DC.
American Journal of Infection Control 2018;46(5)533-537
Journal of Public Health Management & Practice
Health Security, Vol 15, August 2017
Health Security, Vol 15, January 2017