Dr. Lisa Mack

(Health Fellows & Scholars)
Student, Department of Epidemiology
New York, New York
United States

Focus Areas

Policy & Education


Lisa Mack is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst School of Public Health. Ms. Mack is drawn to epidemiology because it “allows one to use a scientific-based methodology with the creative process of interpretation and design.” As an undergraduate student at Monmouth University, Ms. Mack received scholarships from the MonMouth County Faculty and Alumni as well as Bronze and Silver Congressional Awards. She worked as a Summer Intern Epidemiologist at the Monmouth County Health Department, a teaching assistant for Principles of Epidemiology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and as a Lab Technician at the University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey. Dr. Mack, who is of Native American extraction, is committed to looking at the “real people behind the numbers." Ms. Mack is a Kellogg Fellow at Columbia University. She is also currently completing a two-year fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their Epidemiological Intelligence Service. Her dissertation topic is on the West Nile Virus.