Assistant Professor, Research Track, Center for Global Health Science and Security, Georgetown University
Ellen P. Carlin, DVM, serves as Assistant Professor, Research Track within the Center for Global Health Science and Security, with a primary faculty appointment with the Department of Microbiology and Immunology. Ellen is a veterinarian specializing in the epidemiology of zoonotic pathogens and emerging infectious disease. In addition to scientific research into infectious disease dynamics, she also specializes in biodefense policy with a focus on policy-driven opportunities to prevent high-consequence outbreaks. She has worked for the U.S. government, in field settings globally, and in clinical veterinary medicine on efforts to advance animal and human health. Ellen is director of the Global Infectious Disease graduate program at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. She received a Bachelor of Science in biology from the College of Mount Saint Vincent and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine.
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