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Emory Rollins School of Public Health

Ann  Do

Research Associate Professor

Faculty, Epidemiology

Dr. Do is a research associate professor in the Department of Epidemiology. She received an MD from the University of Tennessee at Memphis in 1991 and completed residency training in pediatric at Baylor College of Medicine in 1994. Her public health career began with the CDC’s Epidemic Intelligence Service in 1994 with an assignment in the Hospital Infections Program, where she provided technical support to infection control practitioners in preventing and controlling healthcare-associated infections in domestic and international settings. As part of the CDC Preventive Medicine Residency Program, she obtained an MPH from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health in 2004, after which she completed an assignment at the New Mexico Department of Health, where she supported the Maternal and Child Health Program and served as a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Youth Suicide Prevention. Most of her career at the CDC, however, was as a medical epidemiologist in the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP), supporting HIV surveillance efforts – including the surveillance of occupationally-acquired HIV infection, variant strain infections, and other cases of public health importance. Her most recently held position was as Associate Chief for Science in the Epidemiology Branch in DHAP, where she provided oversight for the quality and ethics of scientific activities and participated in the development of scientific policies. She was also a founding member of CDC’s DHAP Mental Health and Substance Use Working Group and served on an affiliated interagency group – comprising members from CDC, NIMH, NIDA, SAMHSA, and HRSA – that focuses on issues at the intersection of HIV risk and infection, mental health problems, and substance use.

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Contact Information

1518 CLIFTON RD NE

ATLANTA , GA 30322-4201

1518-002-3BB

Email: ann.do@emory.edu

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Areas of Interest

  • Adolescent Health/Child Health
  • Disease Surveillance
  • HIV/AIDS Prevention
  • Mental Health

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