School of Public Health

Our Graduates

Emily MositesEmily Mosites ('15) is Hot on the Trail of Infectious Disease in the Arctic

Emily Mosites is a disease detective. That’s what the CDC calls its team of Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) officers. When an outbreak hits, EIS officers deploy to the front lines and wage war. The job is grueling, and she loves it. Read her story

 

Greg CalipGrep Calip ('13) Offers Career Advice for Aspiring Epidemiologists

Few fields are more dynamic than public health. Because career opportunities are so wide ranging, finding your place can feel overwhelming. Greg says, most importantly, seek out mentors who can help you fully realize your strengths and passions. Read his story

 

Katie CurranKathryn Curran ('13) Finds Her Place Between Science and Service

Katie Curran’s passion for social justice through public health service has taken her all over world, from India and Tanzania to Switzerland and Mozambique. And her story has only just begun. Read her story

 

Catherine KarrCathrine Karr ('04) Wins Presidential Early Career Award

Catherine Karr was named a recipient of the 2017 Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. It’s the highest honor given by the U.S. government to early career scientists and engineers. Read her story

 

 

Bennet OmaluBennet Omalu (Visiting Scholar '95) Spotlights A Profoundly Inconvenient Truth

Dr. Bennet Omalu practices the science of death. He is a forensic pathologist and investigates the specific cause and manner of death, particularly in cases where it has not occurred by natural causes. He has investigated over 12,000 cases, but one changed his life forever. Read his story

 

Bernie HarlowBernard Harlow ('87) Believes Passion About Epidemiology Can Make Any Research Exciting 

Bernard L. Harlow is a leading researcher in epidemiologic studies of female reproductive and gynecologic disorders, and a professor at the Boston University School of Public Health. Read his story

 

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