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Brown armed him with the tools needed to analyze and improve health policy, but Chima Ndumele’s passion for righting injustice keeps him looking forward, focused on improving the lives of low-income Americans.
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In celebration of Brown SPH’s 10th Anniversary, we’re featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health in Rhode Island.
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Ten on the 10s: Kaitlyn Rabb ’20, MPH ’21

In celebration of Brown SPH’s 10th Anniversary, we’re featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health in Rhode Island.
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Ten on the 10s: Shannon Sullivan MHL’21

In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health in Rhode Island.
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Ten on the 10s: Tiara Mack AB’16

In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health in Rhode Island.
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With the expanded scope of biosecurity involving human, animal, and plant-based pathogens, there is a need for increased collaboration across sectors — human health, veterinary and agricultural authorities must work together to address potential biosecurity threats comprehensively.
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With Intus Care, Robbie Felton, Evan Jackson and Alex Rothberg are building healthcare analytics software to help identify risks and optimize healthcare for low-income seniors. Health insurers use the Intus Care platform to help 1,500 providers treat 15,000 patients representing $1.5 billion in value-based care payments. The company expects more than $2.1 million in revenue in 2023.
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Ten on the 10s: Kimberly Pelland MPH’15

In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health right here in Rhode Island.
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Ten on the 10s: Larry Warner ’97, MPH’13

In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health right here in Rhode Island.
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Ten on the 10s: Allegra Scharff MPH '17

In celebration of Brown SPH's 10th Anniversary, we're featuring an alum on the 10th of each month who is advancing public health right here in Rhode Island.
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After a 40 year career championing equitable access to vaccines and improving the way the world prevents and responds to infectious disease, alum Dr. Seth Berkley returns to Brown University to advise the Pandemic Center.
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The Human Side

Megan Hall MPH’15 is a storyteller who specializes in translating complex ideas into language everyone can understand. We talked to her recently about podcasting, and why the medium is such a powerful tool for social change.
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Learn by Doing: Food Justice Pioneer

No obstacle is a match for MPH student Kerri Connolly. As deputy director of the Rhode Island Public Health Institute, she works tirelessly to improve food access for families. As a Brown MPH student, she works to acquire the skills she’ll need to achieve her food-system busting goals.
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Established in 2021, The Brown University School of Public Health Alumni Impact Award is presented annually to one exceptional master’s or doctoral alumnus or alumnae who is making a significant impact on their community and/or in their field.
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Back to the Land

Summer Gonsalves MPH’19 is a member of the Narragansett Indian Tribe and an advocate for environmental justice.
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Staying Connected

Aly Beeman MPH’20 takes a positive stance on global health
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Alumni Profile: Janine O’Donnell, MPH’16

Janie, a Program Supervisor at the Kent County Health Department in Grand Rapids, Michigan, is applying her global public health training on slowing the spread of HIV, to her hometown health department where she works to slow the spread of COVID-19.
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Down, Not Out

“In an instant, I was on the ground, in pain. It was terrifying.”
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Sam Rosenthal, assistant professor in Johnson & Wales University’s College of Health and Wellness, completed both her MPH and Ph.D. at the School of Public Health. In addition to her faculty position at Johnson & Wales, she is also a research associate in the School’s department of epidemiology.
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Alumni Profile: Clara Berridge, Ph.D.

Clara Berridge, Ph.D. was an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality postdoctoral fellow for two years, focused on chronic disease and aging, at the School of Public Health’s Center for Gerontology and Healthcare Research. She is now assistant professor in the University of Washington School of Social Work.
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Marissa Hauptman, MD, MPH is a board certified pediatrician and a pediatric environmental health specialist at the Region 1 New England Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit in the Division of General Pediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital. She graduated from Brown’s Masters of Public Health program in 2007, after receiving a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Applied Mathematics/Biology from Brown in 2005.
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Alumni Profile: Allegra Scharff MPH ’17

Allegra Scharff, who studied under the generalist track of the Masters of Public Health program, is now a manager in the community-building department of ONE Neighborhood Builders, a non-profit community development corporation dedicated to revitalizing Providence neighborhoods.
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Black Alumni Reunion 2018

Fifty years after the Black Student Walkout of 1968, alumni returned to campus to reflect on the impact of this historic event and discuss diversity and inclusion at Brown.
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Risky Drinking

DO YOU OR DOES SOMEONE YOU KNOW . . .
. . . drink more than intended?
. . . spend a lot of time drinking or recovering from hangovers?
. . . try to cut down or stop drinking but fail?
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To lead a new paper in Health Affairs that describes the exceptional success of Costa Rica’s approach to primary care, student Madeline Pesec combined her own initiative and talent with Brown’s unique academic programs and alumni network.
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Infectious Diseases

Alumnus Seth F. Berkley, MD’78 MD’81, epidemiologist and CEO of Gavi, the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, visited Brown University on February 25, 2015 to deliver a presentation titled “Going to scale: delivering vaccines to the world’s poorest countries.”
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