Ellen Flannery, MPH
Ellen Flannery is a consultant with extensive experience in data collection, management, and analysis in a variety of behavioral health and pharmaceutical settings.
Prior to joining HMA, Ellen was a data scientist at the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Foundation. She worked on the COVID-19 Data Dissemination Task Force, ran software scripts, completed daily data requests and generated relevant table outputs for data visualization. She assisted with the completion of weekly update reports using COVID-19 and flu data and disseminated data outputs and visualizations to key department stakeholders and state leadership.
As a research assistant with the Illinois Department of Public Health, Ellen input laboratory reports from various facilities, completed case closures and reviewed lab information related to hepatitis C.
Ellen was also a COVID-19 contact tracer at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), where she conducted case investigation and contract tracing for UIC students, faculty and staff diagnosed with COVID-19. As a safety data architect intern at AbbVie, Inc., she worked in the pharmacovigilance and patient safety department and completed large population level data analysis of product level clinical trial safety information.
Ellen has a bachelor’s degree in public health from DePaul University and a Master of Public Health in epidemiology and biostatistics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.