This blog is part of Disease Detectives, a series which showcases PHE science. This piece comes from our Emerging Infections and Zoonoses team and was written by PHE epidemiologist Jennifer Lloyd.
Jennifer graduated from James Madison University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biological Anthropology. She then attended Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and received her Masters of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control in 2013. She has worked on various national and international public health projects, including an HIV risk factors study in Burkina Faso and outbreak investigations in the USA. Jennifer has been working in her current position as an Epidemiologist in Emerging Infections since July 2016.