Imani Ransby

Faculty

“I love informing and educating others on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of public health. Presenting data and relevant findings on ECHOs is rewarding. I truly find joy in spreading valuable knowledge so that individuals feel empowered to make well informed public health decisions in their communities.”

Imani Ransby, MPH, has been working with United Southern & Eastern Tribes since January, 2020. Imani has an MPH degree with a concentration in epidemiology from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Her areas of interest include infectious disease and clinical epidemiology. While she now resides in Nashville, Imani grew up in Georgia. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, giving back in her community, art, leisurely reading, and traveling abroad.

COVID-19 ECHO Program

Imani is faculty with the COVID-19 ECHO Program which is designed to connect I/T/U clinicians, administrators, and staff with up-to-date information on clinical care and emerging health topics.

Interested in receiving free treatment recommendations or technical assistance from one of our experts? Contact us at echo@npaihb.org.

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