Urban Health Collaborative Welcomes New Fellows
The Urban Health Collaborative welcomed five new fellows to the 2017-2018 Urban Health Fellowship Program. The Urban Health Collaborative’s prestigious fellowship program offers support for students conducting research focused on understanding and improving health in cities.
2017-2018 MASTER’S FELLOW
Kristin Giordano, MPH ’19, Community Health and Prevention
Mentor: Ana Martinez-Donate, PhD
2017-2018 DOCTORAL FELLOWS
Rosie Mae Henson, MPH
Advisor: Robert Field, PhD, JD, MPH
Katie Nelson, MPH
Advisor: Jonathan Purtle, DrPH, MPH, MSc
Rennie Joshi, MPH
Advisor: Yvonne Michael, ScD, SM
2017-2018 POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW
Irene Headen, PhD, MS
Her research interests center around the social and structural determinants of racial/ethnic disparities in pregnancy outcomes.
To learn more about the Urban Health Collaborative Fellowship Program visit the Urban Health Collaborative website at: