Hannah M. Moore

Curriculum Vitae

DVM / MPH Dual Degree

I am a fourth-year veterinary student currently completing her Master of Public Health in UGA’s dual DVM-MPH program. I am very interested in infectious diseases and have a passion for zoonotic diseases and transboundary diseases. Throughout my education I have held multiple leadership positions that have improved my interpersonal skills as well as allowed me to get more involved in subjects that interest me. I have participated in various research projects pertaining to marine science, wildlife infectious diseases and public health. I am a lifelong learner and dedicate myself fully to pursuing learning opportunities that will guide me in fulfilling my passion of working in veterinary public health. I hope to work at an organization like the CDC, OIE or FAO and participate in the Epidemiologic Intelligence Service (EIS) program immediately following graduation. Later in my career, I would like to become board certified through the American College of Veterinary Preventative Medicine and serve as a state public health veterinarian.

  • Bachelor of Science, University of Georgia, 2018, Biology
Selected Publications

Adams, L.E., Hitchings, M.D., Medina, F.A., Rodriguez, D.M., Sánchez-González, L., Moore, H., Whitehead, S.S., Muñoz-Jordán, J.L., Rivera-Amill, V., & Paz-Bailey, G. Previous dengue infection among children in Puerto Rico and implications for dengue vaccine implementation. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (forthcoming).