Amy Helene Schnall
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Amy Helene Schnall has been an epidemiologist on the Disaster Epidemiology and Response Team with CDC National Center for Environmental Health since 2008. She focuses on surveillance and assessments throughout the disaster cycle. Schnall leads the Disaster Epidemiology Training, Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CASPER), and the National Chemical and Radiological Surveillance programs and has been involved in numerous domestic and international responses. She received a doctoral degree in public health from Georgia State University, a master’s in public health in behavioral science and health education at Emory University, and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s in sociology and African American Studies from Princeton University.