The Brown University School of Public Health mourns the loss of Marvin Gene Ronning, deputy director of the Rhode Island Free Clinic, an unstinting champion for vulnerable families across the state.
SPH students served the hardest hit parts of the city.
The number of applications for Brown’s Master of Public Health program is more than double that of last year, with the largest increases coming from people of color.
Profile of MPH student Enyonam Odoom
Janie, is applying her global public health training on slowing the spread of HIV
Sam Rosenthal, assistant professor in Johnson & Wales University’s College of Health and Wellness, completed both her MPH and Ph.D. at the School of Public Health. In addition to her faculty position at Johnson & Wales, she is also a research associate in the School’s department of epidemiology. Your undergraduate degree is in engineering. How […]
Marissa Hauptman, MD, MPH is a board certified pediatrician and a pediatric environmental health specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital.
Tell us about your current role at the American Cancer Society. In developed countries, a cancer fight means hope. In low- and middle-income countries, it almost inevitably means pain, suffering, and death. Three days after graduating with my MPH from Brown, I started work as the Program Manager for Global Capacity Development and Patient Support […]
We recently reached out to Olga Elizarova MPH’15 to catch up with her since she graduated from the School of Public Health two years ago. Olga is a person of many talents; she is both a dentist and a public health professional. She works as a Senior Behavior Change Analyst at Mad*Pow. Mad*Pow is a […]
Julia Nagle MPH’16 talks to Sarah Davey about life in the MPH program at Brown.