Emily Moore serves as a public health research analyst at RTI. Her skills include designing and leading program evaluations, developing data collection tools, managing and analyzing data, creating reports and communications, and tailoring dissemination projects based on audiences.
Currently, Ms. Moore manages the assessment of Field Epidemiology Training Program graduates for the Global Health Security Implementation Research, Evaluation and Support. This global health security project supports the Division of Global Health Protection at the CDC by conducting, monitoring, and reporting of programmatic and epidemical activates and supporting evaluations. Ms. Moore works closely with the client to conduct monitoring, evaluation project management tasks.
In addition to her work to her global health security work, Ms. Moore is the program manager for the Preferences for the Longer-Acting Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Methods Among Persons in U.S. Populations at Highest Need: A Discrete Choice Experiment. This study is funded by the CDC’s Division of HIV Prevention assesses preferences for different longer-acting PrEP (LA-PrEP) products and perceived advantages and disadvantages among clinicians and potential users. Using a discrete choice experiment design, the study will help understand user preferences that can later guide implementation of LA-PrEP agents to help achieve goals included in the U.S. Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) initiative. As the program manager, Ms. Moore prepares client reporting materials, supports the development of all study deliverables, monitors recruitment during data collection, and ensures timeliness and success of the project.
Before joining RTI in 2021, Ms. Moore was an elevation fellow at the Division of STD Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. She designed, manager, and completed program monitoring and evaluation projects individually and as part of the Evaluation Team for DSTDP.
Ms. Moore is a member of the Atlanta-area Evaluation Association and the Vice President of Education for CDC Toastmasters Club.