Megan Ranney will depart Brown after two decades to serve as the dean of Yale’s public health school.
Larry Warner ’97, MPH ’13 Larry (right) is the Director of Grants and Strategic Initiatives at United Way of Rhode Island. In this role he leads a team of project managers who make and manage grants to nonprofits in Rhode Island addressing social determinants of health such as education, financial stability, food security, housing, and […]
The Latest News & Updates from School of Public Health Alumni Leo Beletsky, MPH ’04(left) Leo continues to chug along balancing family life with two bandits (now age 5 and 4) and career at the intersection of law and public health, with focus on substance use and overdose. He loves the work coming out of […]
The latest news & updates from School of Public Health alumni Morayo Akande, MPH ‘17 Morayo Akande recently returned to the Brown School of Public Health as a project coordinator in the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. With a focus on research taking place in South Africa, Morayo works on studies that are creating novel […]
AMBER LAU, MPH ’16 Amber is in her first year of medical school at Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is serving as the first year liaison for the National Osteopathic Women Physician Association and for the Medical Students For Choice groups on campus. She is also a co-founder and the Vice President […]
ELIZABETH KINNARD, ScM BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES ’15 Elizabeth Kinnard is entering her second year as Program Associate for the Substance Use Disorders team at Community Catalyst, a health policy nonprofit organization in Boston, MA. She conducts research and produces resources on programs that divert people with behavioral health needs away from arrest/incarceration and instead […]
SARAH DAVEY, MPH ’15 Sarah Davey is working as a project associate for a nonprofit organization called Management Sciences for Health (MSH), in Medford, MA. MSH is one of the primary recipients of USAID funding for global health and health systems strengthening, as well as projects with UNICEF, the Gates Foundation, Save the Children, and […]
FARREN BRIGGS, PhD, ScM Since graduating with a ScM in biostatistics at Brown in 2006, Briggs continued on to pursue his PhD in epidemiology at the University of California, Berkeley, where his research focused on characterizing the genetic component of rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. In 2010, he was awarded a National Multiple Sclerosis Society […]