Dana (she/her) recently completed her B.S. in Public Health & Bioinformatics at the George Washington University. During undergrad, she became a certified Emergency Medical Technician and practices occasionally with an event medicine team. She has a research background in medical anthropology, biosecurity, emergency preparedness, and dual use concerns.
Following her completion of the Georgetown M.S. in Biohazardous Threat Agents & Emerging Infectious Diseases, Dana hopes to work to improve intersectional conversations around data analytics and biosecurity, working with stakeholders to implement informed policy and practices that deter biological threats and global catastrophic risks.