Amanda Rosner, M.P.H.
Senior Research Associate
Amanda Rosner is a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Global Health Science and Security. Prior to her work at Georgetown University, Amanda was a Public Health Associate at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where she was stationed at the Chicago Department of Public Health Tuberculosis Program. While at CDC, she managed latent tuberculosis reports for Chicago and responded to Uniting for Ukraine tuberculosis screening efforts. Additionally, while at CDC, she deployed to the COVID-19 response as the Vaccine Data Section Task Tracker for the Data, Analytics, and Visualization Task Force. Prior to her work at CDC, Amanda worked at Emory University as a Clinical Research Coordinator for vaccine trials—primarily the phase 3 Coronavirus Efficacy Trial of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine.
Amanda graduated from Northwestern University in 2020 with a Master of Public Health and in 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Global Health. She completed graduate research on the role of advertising in smoking initiation and cessation; her graduate thesis and practicum focused on school-based interventions to combat childhood obesity. Her public health interests include policy, communications, tuberculosis, tobacco, and oral health. While not at work, you can find Amanda at a trivia night.