Abigail Rosenbaum is a summer intern at the O’Neill Institute. 

Prior to joining O’Neill, Rosenbaum worked as a paralegal at Mark L. Karno & Associates in Chicago, Illinois. She was also part of the University of Illinois’ COVID-19 Diagnostic Laboratory working as a Research Specialist, performing thousands of tests each day. Rosenbaum is especially interested in pandemic preparedness, emerging infectious disease surveillance, and global health policy implementation. 

She holds a B.S. in molecular and cellular biology, in addition to a minor in Psychology, from the University of Illinois. Rosenbaum is currently a master’s student in Global Infectious Disease: Science Policy at Georgetown University. 

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