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STAR Fellows and Interns contribute their specialized skills to their host organizations, building capacity while improving their own effectiveness as global health leaders. Through fellowship and internship placements, professionals will:

  • Gain hands-on experience in global health
  • Enhance knowledge and skill through individualized learning
  • Build a powerful global network

Featured Participant

Aditi Arunmozhi

Key Populations Data Analysis Intern

United States

Technical Expertise: Communications,Biostatistics,Data analysis and Visualization

Aditi Arunmozhi is a current Master of Public Health candidate with a concentration in Biostatistics at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washington University. She also received her BS in Literature, Media, and Communication with a minor in Health and Medical Sciences from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She has robust hands-on public health experience involving combatting COVID-19 through contact tracing and case investigation focusing on aiding the Hispanic community in Atlanta with the Georgia Department of Public Health and COVID-19 vaccine promotion specifically in low-income communities in the Northern Virginia area while working at Neighborhood Health. She has also been involved in neuroscience and psychology research in the Memory and Aging Lab at Georgia Tech, running EEG and online studies and working on multiple publications and posters on the topic of sleep, memory, aging, and stressors. During her time working at the lab, she gained working skills in Python, R, SAS, SPSS, and Excel in order to conduct vast data analyses and subsequent data visualization to ascertain viable conclusions for the studies conducted. Her experiences and focus areas in public health include health equity, quantitative and qualitative research, infectious diseases, and disease control.

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