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student in front of sign for NASA

Exploring Microgravity to Improve Public Health

While staying calm and collected, Gillian Terlecky conveys her deep passion for public health research and policy.

Joshua Prasad

Changing the Way Addiction is Treated

Joshua started his career in the federal government, he has since found a new path working at the Concerted Care Group.

Students stand in front of Share building

Dornsife Welcome Week Kicks Off with Volunteer Effort

New MPH students at The Dornsife School of Public Health started off their first term by getting right to work in their Philadelphia community.

Nicole Dickerman

Optimizing Evaluation Capacity for Heart Disease and Stroke Programs at the CDC

As an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Fellow at the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, GA, Dickerman helps to expand the reach of practice-based evidence on a national level.

Kearney presenting his poster at APHA

Receiving Recognition for Innovative Research 

Matthew Kearney, MPH, Community Health and Prevention doctoral candidate '20, was selected as the winner of the American Public Health Association (APHA) Community Health Planning and Policy Development (CHPPD) Section’s Best Doctoral Student Abstract.

Garrett Devenney

Launching a Career in Health Policy

Beating a highly-competitive field of 70 students from universities around the country, Garrett was awarded one of two 2018 David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowships.

Paola Maysonet

Helping Residents Heal after Hurricane Maria

While learning about Paola Maysonet, it is easy to forget that she has only just begun making an impact on the public health profession.

Elina Paul

Improving PTSD Outcomes for Children Globally

Elina Paul interns at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) at their Center for Injury Prevention Research