Dr. Nasrullah, trained in Internal Medicine, and has a Master’s in Public Health from the renowned Karolinska Institute in Sweden. He earned his PhD in Epidemiology and Public Health in Germany. Currently, he is a Medical Officer at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Division of Viral Hepatitis-Global Health where he is currently leading the activities of the Hepatitis C Elimination Program in the country of Georgia. Dr. Nasrullah also holds adjunct faculty appointments at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health and West Virginia University School of Public Health‘s Injury Control & Research Center. He is a former CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer, whose graduates are commonly referred to as "disease detectives."
Dr. Nasrullah has extensive experience in epidemiology, public health, surveillance, field investigations, project management and implementation at private, government, and academic settings in the United States, Europe, Africa and South Asia. Dr. Nasrullah has published extensively in the high-impact factor peer-reviewed journals. His research findings have been presented at renowned national and international conferences around the globe. Dr. Nasrullah serves on editorial boards and is a reviewer of several journals in Epidemiology and Public Health. He is a nominated member of the Eastern Mediterranean Association of Medical Editors, and holds memberships in several renowned organizations of Epidemiology and Public Health.