Navit Salzberg, MPH
Epidemiology and Surveillance Coordinator, EGHI and CHAMPS
Navit Salzberg is the Epidemiology and Surveillance Coordinator for the CHAMPS Network at the Emory Global Health Institute (EGHI). In her role, Ms. Salzberg works on the science team overseeing protocol implementation and data quality, as well as coordinates other epidemiology and surveillance activities. Prior to joining the CHAMPS Network, Ms. Salzberg worked at EGHI as the project manager for the Rotavirus Immunization Program Evaluation in Kenya (RIPEK), a Gavi-supported project to monitor the impact of rotavirus vaccine in Kenya. Before joining EGHI, Ms. Salzberg worked at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as a Concussion Program Research Coordinator, organizing and managing a multidisciplinary research team to centralize hospital-wide concussion research activities. Ms. Salzberg has worked with several NGOs, addressing the health needs of refugees and underserved populations.
Ms. Salzberg earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Jewish, Islamic, and Near Eastern Studies from Washington University in St. Louis. She earned a Master of Public Health from Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. Through her graduate studies, she earned a certificate in complex humanitarian emergencies through a partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.