Megan Suter

Dissertation title: Prenatal Cadmium Burden and Offspring Adolescent Hypertension

Track: Certificate in Maternal Child Health (during MS program)

Research interests: Maternal child environmental health, perinatal epidemiology, vaccine hesitancy

Awards or recognition: BEBTEH T32 predoctoral fellow, Recipient of Department of Epidemiology Pilot Award

Plans post-graduation: CDC CSTE Applied Epidemiology Fellowship at Public Health–Seattle & King County

Advice for students: Do not be afraid to admit that a career in research is not right for you. There are many applications of a degree in epidemiology, all of which will allow you to make an impact in the field of epidemiology/public health.

Favorite memory: Studying for the general exam with classmates, working on EPI 512/513 assignments with classmates, working on our analysis for EPI 510, time spent “studying” in the epi commons.