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Claire Moore

Master's Fellow

Claire Moore is an MPH student concentrating in Community Health and Prevention. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Public Health and Philosophy from Agnes Scott College where she contributed to an interview project on the health impacts of residential displacement in Atlanta’s Westside, first spurring her interests in urban health. Before pursuing her MPH, she completed a post-baccalaureate fellowship at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the Clinical Center Department of Bioethics. Her work at the NIH included a virtual public deliberation study that engaged low-income residents of Michigan in priority-setting regarding government programs that address the social determinants of health as well as a survey of U.S. adolescents about their COVID-19 vaccine decision-making. She is currently engaged in an ongoing qualitative study assessing patient and volunteer perceptions of ethical challenges at student-run free clinics. At the Urban Health Collaborative, Claire is excited to continually explore her interests in health and place as well as participatory research methods.