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Neil Murthy, MD, MPH (PMR/F 2018) working as the safety officer for Fulton County Board of Health during the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, GA.

Neil Murthy, MD, MPH (PMR/F 2018) working as the safety officer for Fulton County Board of Health during the 2019 Super Bowl in Atlanta, GA.

Sally Ann Iverson, MD, MPH (PMR/F 2018) presenting her work on the Environmental Health Tracking Network to stakeholders while on assignment with the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Sally Ann Iverson, DVM, MPH (PMR/F 2018) presenting her work on the Environmental Health Tracking Network to stakeholders while on assignment with the Arizona Department of Health Services.

Emily W. Lankau, DVM, PhD (PMR/F 2017) meeting with supervisors with the United States Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center located in Madison, Wisconsin.

Emily W. Lankau, DVM, PhD (PMR/F 2017) meeting with supervisors with the United States Geological Survey National Wildlife Health Center located in Madison, Wisconsin.

Chidi Obasi, PhD, MBBS, MS (PMR/F 2017) working with supervisor Dr. Bruce Gellin at the Sabine Vaccine Institute in Washington, D.C.

Chidi Obasi, PhD, MBBS, MS (PMR/F 2017) working with supervisor Dr. Bruce Gellin at the Sabine Vaccine Institute in Washington, D.C.

All PMR/F residents and fellows are assigned to a federal, state, or local government agency in the U.S. Residents and fellows entering the program with state or local public health experience are assigned to federal health agencies while those with experience in federal public health are placed in state or local public health agencies. This placement method helps provide a balanced exposure to different levels of governmental public health.

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