Anallely Nguyen is no stranger to hard work. The firstborn child of Vietnamese immigrants, she knows hard work is what has created opportunity and fueled her success.
Jamal Jones has made it his mission to research and find effective ways to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDs—particularly in urban, African-American communities.
Jeffrey Holiday’s work with DeKalb County Drug Court gave him a new perspective on drug addiction and inspired him to study public health.
Katie Pearce, who earned her MPH in environmental health, is curious about the health effects of nanotechnology.
Arielle Shiver’s job advising people on health issues inspired her to pursue sexual violence prevention.
Anish Patel MPH, Environmental Health Anish Patel was earning his master’s degree in microbiology at Georgia State and enjoying […]
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Malikah Waajid Ph.D., Epidemiology Malikah Waajid’s graduate studies in epidemiology have taken her to sub-Saharan Africa, India and […]
Melissa Marshall’s passion for public health is rooted in social justice, but it was ignited by her personal experience with what is a growing health crisis—opioid addiction.
In addition to a person’s race or ethnicity, where they live can matter in terms of whether they are diagnosed at a late stage for colorectal cancer, according to a recent study led by a researcher at the School of Public Health at Georgia State University.