Cheryl-Ann Tmong Udui currently serves as an Epidemiologist within the Bureau of Public Health at the Palau Ministry of Health. In this capacity, she is responsible for the timely collection, analysis, and distribution of health-related information in efforts to understand, control and prevent public health problems. Tmong works closely with public health programs to provide health statistics to inform policy and planning and to fulfill regional and international health reporting obligations for Palau. Tmong is also lead member of the Palau EpiNet Team, which is the Ministry of Health’s infectious disease monitoring and response body. As such, she played a critical role in surveillance and response efforts to an outbreak of dengue fever in Palau in 2017.
Outside of the Ministry of Health, Tmong is an adjunct instructor for the Community Public Health Program at the Palau Community College and is a founding member of the Soroptomist International Club of Palau. She attended Boston University in Massachusetts where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology and later obtained a Master of Science degree in Public Health from Taipei Medical University in the Republic of China, Taiwan. She enjoys art, photography and traveling to new places, but is most content exploring Palau’s unique, natural environment and spending quality time with her energetic, two- year old daughter, Claire.
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