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As a public health professional, you analyze and develop programs that protect the health of individuals, families, and communities in the United States and abroad. Using education, development of healthy lifestyles, research and program implementation, Epidemiologists are agents for disease prevention and health promotion. From food poisoning to an influenza outbreak, you are the detective for the community to investigate the cause of disease and control its spread. You conduct fieldwork to determine what caused disease or injury, what the risks are, who is at risk and how to prevent further incidences.
Your biochemistry and molecular biology training will be your guide as an Epidemiologist. Your experience will lead you to the initial discovery and containment of an outbreak, such as avian flu or mad cow disease. Strong quantitative skills, including biostatistics and computer applications, are skills needed to be a successful Epidemiologist. Public speaking and program management are also skills needed in fostering health promotion and disease prevention and assessing the quality of health care in the community.
To prepare for your interview, you'll want to do your research on the company. Know what outbreak they are focused on learning more about or population they are serving. Come to the interview with resume in hand, references ready and relevant stories to share. If you haven't been out of school for long, refer to studies you were apart of or published work. If you've been in the career field for awhile highlight what you've been a part of and how you impacted the findings.