Kristina M. Angelo, DO, MPH&TM is an infectious diseases physician with expertise in travelers' health and tropical medicine. She is a medical epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, in the Travelers' Health Branch. She also practices both travel medicine and infectious diseases at Emory University hospitals and clinics. She is the project officer for GeoSentinel, a global disease surveillance system that reports on travel-related illnesses. She has a particular interest and subject matter expertise in infectious disease epidemiology, the clinical practice of tropical medicine, pre-travel vaccination, mass gathering medicine, and outbreak response.