BS, Exercise & Sports Science, Cook College, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; MPH, Drexel University School of Public Health; DrPH, Community Health & Prevention, Drexel University School of Public Health
Jennifer Breaux received her DrPH in Community Health and Prevention in 2011 and her MPH in 2004 from the Drexel University School of Public Health. Dr. Breaux’s work is focused around maternal and child health, nutrition, and the relationship between health and human rights. She previously worked as research coordinator for Children's HealthWatch, the research arm of the Philadelphia GROW Project. In 2010, Dr. Breaux became Director of Undergraduate Public Health as the School of Public Health expands its curriculum into undergraduate education. She currently teaches in both the undergraduate and MPH programs and looks forward to expanding the school’s undergraduate offerings.
- Maternal and child health
- Child and maternal health
- Community health
- Human rights
Chilton, M., Rabinowich, J., Council, C., Breaux, J. (2009). Witnesses to Hunger: Participation though photovoice to ensure the right to food. Health and Human Rights: An International Journal. 11(1): 73-85.
Chilton, M., Chyatte, M., Breaux, J. (2007). The negative effects of poverty & food insecurity on child development. Indian J Med Res. 126: 262-272.
Chilton, M., Breaux, J. (2005). Stretching the Food Insecurity Paradigm in the United States. 5th International Conference on the Capability Approach.