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Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship

Class of 2017

The Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security accepted a diverse group of 28 professionals and scholars into the 2017 class of the Emerging Leaders in Biosecurity Fellowship (ELBI) program.

ELBI Class of 2017

Adrienne Keen
US Department of State
Alison Hill
Harvard University
Andrew Herr
Georgetown University
Aurora Amoah
Independent Consultant, The World Bank Group
Betsey Pugel
NASA
Brandon Lloyd Dean
Los Angeles County Public Health Department
Brandy Burgess
University of Georgia
Carolyn Shore
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Christopher Chadwick
US Department of Health and Human Services
Daniel Leifer
Lurie Children’s Hospital/McGaw Center of Northwestern University
Emily Lord
Healthcare Ready
James Phillips
George Washington University Hospital
Jeffrey Freeman
Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
Jeffrey Fortman
Analytical Services, Inc
Jessica Dymond
Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory
John Scarbeck
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Justin Pahara
Amino Labs Inc/Synbiota Inc
Marija Cemma
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Martin Adams
GSS Health
Mary Margaret Fill
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Matthew Moe
US Department of Homeland Security
Ngozi Erondu
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Patricia Pacheco Hernandez
Sandia National Laboratories
Sapana Vora
US Department of State
Saskia Popescu
George Mason University
Simon Weller
UK Ministry of Defence
Stuart Evenhaugen
US Department of Homeland Security
Syra Madad
NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation
 

 

 

 

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