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Prarthana Vasudevan, MS, MSPH, DrPH (c)

Communications Officer

Professional Profile

Ms. Vasudevan is a Communications Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. She assists with planning and implementing the Center’s communications activities and with tracking the Center’s impact.

Prior to joining the Center, she specialized in the practice of policy, advocacy, and scientific communications at the Johns Hopkins International Vaccine Access Center. Prior to public health, she conducted microbiology and immunology research.

Ms. Vasudevan is currently a DrPH candidate in global health at The George Washington University. Her doctoral dissertation focuses on the process of translating public health evidence into policy and programmatic recommendations in low- and middle-income countries. She has an MS in biological sciences from the University of Maryland and an MSPH in global disease epidemiology and control from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she also earned a certificate in vaccine science and policy. She earned a BS in biochemistry and molecular biology and an Honors College certificate from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.



Recent Publications

National Priorities to Combat Misinformation and Disinformation for COVID-19 and Future Public Health Threats: A Call for a National Strategy

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