Katie Zellner, MPH
Health Informatics Researcher
Our research aims at designing and developing technologies to reduce errors and improve efficiency in high-risk, error-prone healthcare settings, such as emergency medical and trauma resuscitations.
My areas of research interests surround developing technologies to improve the quality and access to healthcare.
I graduated from the University of Chicago with a BA in Biological Sciences in 2017. Upon graduation, I worked at Cerner Corporation where I worked as a consultant for State and Local Government MMIS programs.
I completed my Master of Public Health with customized studies in Biostatistics from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2020.
I love to watch movies, knit sweaters, go on runs and spend time with my cats Rosalind and Barb.
Winning poster at Drexel CCI Doctoral Students' Association
Presented initial analysis of speech during life saving interventions at the CCIDSA Poster Symposium.
I have officially started my doctoral studies at Drexel University under Professor Aleksandra Sarcevic
COVID-19 RESPONSE EPIDEMIOLOGIST AT HOWARD COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
I have begun a temporary position as an Epidemiologist primarily focusing on database management of coronavirus cases in nursing homes.
May 19, 2020
I have graduated from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health MPH degree program with customized studies in biostatistics!
COMMITTED TO DREXEL UNIVERSITY
April 15, 2020
I have been offered admission to PhD in Information Science at the College of Computing and Informatics at Drexel University. I will be working with Dr. Aleksandra Sarcevic. I am very excited for this journey!