Chloé Jammes is a Student Fellow at the Center for Global Health Science and Security. She is a junior at Georgetown majoring in Biology of Global Health and minoring in Chemistry as well as Science, Technology, and International Affairs. Her interests include cultural conditions surrounding public health challenges and opportunities, and political landscapes concerning global health threats and emerging infectious diseases.

Jammes will attend Georgetown University School of Medicine starting in August 2019. She plans to continue researching with the Center for Global Health Science & Security while in medical school, and use her knowledge regarding global health as a doctor when evaluating treatments and understanding cultural, political and socioeconomic experiences.