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Keriann Conway Roy, MPH

Senior Public Health Program Associate

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Keriann Conway Roy is a Senior Public Health Program Associate at the Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI). In this role, Ms. Roy manages the Scientific Advisory Process for Optimal Research on Typhoid (SAPORT) Burden of Disease Project.  She also coordinates the Emory Global Health Connection newsletter, and provides support on a variety of EGHI projects.  

Prior to joining EGHI, Ms. Roy was a grant coordinator at the University of Georgia's Institute for Behavioral Research. She helped manage Project MERITS, an NIH-funded, longitudinal research study that examined smoking cessation services within substance abuse treatment facilities across the United States. In this position, she gained extensive experience in project management, data collection, participant recruitment, and grant development and management.

Ms. Roy earned her Bachelor of Science of Education degree in kinesiology and her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in health promotion and behavior from the University of Georgia.


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