Dina Khalil, public health expert, is an epidemiologist and training and technical assistance (TA) associate. She brings expertise in policy analysis, research, instrument and protocol design, data collection, and qualitative data analysis.

Khalil advances EDC’s health and behavioral health initiatives. As an epidemiologist, she is contributing to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s Strategic Prevention Technical Assistance Center by providing expertise in survey research methods. She supports EDC’s partnership with the Chicago Department of Public Health to support delegate agencies’ execution of evaluation and quality improvement activities via training and TA.

Previously, Khalil worked as an epidemiologist for the Chicago Department of Public Health’s Syndemic Infectious Disease Bureau. She completed internships as a policy services analyst for the Illinois Public Health Association and as a clinical research assistant for the University of Illinois-Chicago’s CEDAR Lab, Department of Pharmacy Practice.

Khalil holds an MPH with Certification in Epidemiology from Benedictine University, and she received a BA in Political Science, with a concentration in International Relations, from Concordia University. She is fluent in English, French, and Arabic.