Graduates

MPS in Biomedical and Health Informatics

Priyanka Bhojwani

MPS, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
B.E Biotechnology Engineering, University of Mumbai
MHA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Priyanka is using the data driven insights experience she gained at UNC on the Commercial Outsourcing Services team at QuintilesIMS. She is working as an analyst on the team, analyzing healthcare industry market data for leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, to enable them to be more competitive in the market.

Evan Galloway

MPS, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BS, Neurobiology, University of Washington

Evan has a background in neuroscience and bioinformatics research, as well as scientific communication. Currently, he works at the Sheps Center in the Program on Health Workforce Research and Policy, developing web-based interactive data visualizations to help researchers and the public better understand the dynamics of the local and national health workforce.

Bon Mi Koo

MPS, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
PhD, Hallym University, Korea
MPH, Seoul National University, Korea
BS, Ewha Womans University, Korea

Bon Mi is interested in the application of health informatics for people with chronic diseases and older adults at the individual and the population level. She is currently working as a research assistant at the School of Medicine. She is using skills learned in the MPS program to develop informatics for the prevention and early detection of chronic diseases.

Dob Njinimbam

MPS, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BS, Clemson University

Dob is a driven and versatile Applications Analyst experienced in providing data to support clinical/healthcare research. While working at the North Carolina Translational and Clinical Sciences Institute (NCTracs), he has proven his abilities in solving complex problems and implementing/overseeing complex projects. He provides consultation to, physicians, professors, high level faculty and students to improve their data driven research questions.  By utilizing his technical skills, he queries, cleans, and runs analytics on health care data to understand current problems and find future trends. In addition, he is a contextual web designer that has worked with various clients to improve their business.

Andrew Novokhatny

MPS, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BS, Biochemistry, North Carolina State University

Andrew is currently a research chemist supporting the RTI International Eastern Regional Comprehensive Metabolomics Resrouce Core (RCMRC). His work is focused around the growing field of metabolomics, where he has extensive experience in statistical and bioinformatic analysis of OMICS data. He is using skills learned in the public health informatics track of the MPS degree to discover new ways to incorporate metabolomics into epidemiology.

Clinical Information Science Certificate

Greg Androney

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
Master of Economics, North Carolina State University
BA, Economics, North Carolina State University

Abheer Arte

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill,
MS, Management Information Systems, University at Buffalo, School of Management,
B.E., Information Technology, D.Y. Patil College of Engineering, India

Abheer is a Senior Clinical Informatics Analyst at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina(BCNSNC). He is working for BCBSNC since the past 6 years, Initially in Sales and Marketing division focusing on Broker Sales and Bonus Program Analytics and now in Analytical Services division focused on Medical Expense Analytics.

Christy Arrowood

BS, Nursing, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

As a Clinical Research Associate, Christy manages and executes multi-center phase I and phase II physician-initiated gastrointestinal oncology trials.

Nicole Barker Scoggins

BA, Business Management; Certificate in Computer Programming, North Carolina State University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nicole is an applications analyst programmer at the College of Veterinary Medicine [CVM] at North Carolina State University with 13 years of experience in software and web development. Her experience with patients, their medical records as well as the internal and external systems at the CVM prompted her interest in the CIS certificate. Her interest is in developing and implementing clinical information systems while improving the quality and efficiency of patient records.

David Barrett

MBA, East Carolina University
BA, Economics, Wake Forest University

John Mark Bojanski

BA, History, NC State University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

At Chapel Hill Pediatrics, John Mark works with Allscripts’ Professional PM and EHR systems. He supervised the integration of Inuit Health’s patient portal with the Allscripts software.

Robert Bradford

BS, Biochemistry, University of Tulsa
MS, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Robert is a Research Specialist Manager for a bench and clinical research laboratory focusing on hematological orders.

Bill Brashear

Master of Accounting, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA, Speech Communications, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Justin Bright

MS, Economics, North Carolina State University
BS, Economics and Finance, University of South Carolina

Jayson Caracciolo

MPH, Epidemiology, University of Florida
BA, English, University of Florida
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Vincent Carrasco

BS, Chemistry, Hofstra University
MD, Albany Medical College
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Current Board of Directors at Easter Seals United Cerebral Palsy of NC and VA

25 years in Healthcare as a surgeon, educator in academic medicine, and as an administrator. He has also been deeply involved during this time in innovations in medical device technology, imaging, computerized planning tools, hospital software and IT infrastructure. Recently he has been involved in the public sector with the design and engineering of systems to improve healthcare including: 802.11 communication and data systems, satellite communications and real time location systems. Dr Carrasco received his BA from Hofstra University in chemistry. Graduated with honors from Albany Medical College (AOA) has done clinical training in neurosurgery, Otolaryngology head and neck surgery, a research fellowship and a clinical fellowship in Otology, Neurotology and Skull-base Surgery as well as accruing 8000 hours while serving as an emergency physician in rural NC. He has served as a volunteer consultant at NCHICA working on committees for privacy, security and the national health record initiative receiving a letter of commendation from NC Governor Easley in 2007. He is currently on the Board of Directors for Easter Seals/United Cerebral Palsy of NC and Virginia and is interested in Clinical Informatics research.

Ellen Carter

BS, Mathematics, University of Notre Dame

Shane Chang

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
MS, Accounting, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
BS, Information Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
BS, Business Administration, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA

Adam Dodd

BA, Political Science, Guilford College
MSIS, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
AHEC Digital Library (ADL) Database/Web Development Librarian

Adam is the Web / Database Developer for the North Carolina AHEC Digital Library, which is an online service of the North Carolina AHEC Program serving North Carolina healthcare professionals by providing access to current medical literature and other carefully evaluated clinical health information resources.

He is also a member of the UNC Health Sciences Library Electronic Health Records Task Force, which was established to address opportunities for the library to contribute to the clinical decision-making process established within EHR systems using comparative-effectiveness research. To this end, he works as HSL’s library technical representative to the UNC Hospital’s WebCIS EMR Development Team. He also works as a technical consultant for the NC AHEC Quality Improvement Team, which has been established, as a direct result of federal Regional Education Centers Grant funding, to provide knowledge and assistance to primary care providers in the selection and implementation of EHR systems.

Xialan Dong

PhD, Biomedical Physics, East Carolina University prospect
PhD, Physical Chemistry, Jilin University, China
MS, Physics, Jilin University, China
BS, Physics, Shanxi Normal University, China
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Xialan works in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at NCCU. She has in-depth research experience in topics such as Disease-Causing Mutations in Human Cardiac Protein and Cardiotonic Drug Design, Reflectance Imaging Based Inverse Problem of Biological System, and Design and Development of Optical Biosensors.

Jared Emerson

MBA, University of Louisville
BS, Finance, University of Kentucky

Ashraf Farrag

BS, Computer Science; BS, Biology, UNC Chapel Hill
MSIS, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Ashraf has been a jack-of-all trades in the IT profession for nearly 18 years having done systems administration, software and web development. His interests in CIS are security, data mining and search/IR/text mining applications for electronic medical records and data warehouses. In addition to his IT background, he also has had direct experience treating patients with electronic health records having served as a volunteer emergency medical technician in Durham County.

He is currently employed at UNC under a dual appointment with ITS Research Computing and TraCS with the Carolina Data Warehouse Health. He serves as TraCS and UNC Healthcare’s Natural Language Processing specialist. He still contributes to research at SILS and CHIP through Javed Mostafa’s Laboratory of Applied Information Research.

MaryBeth Foil

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
BS Mathematics (with Highest Honors) from the University of Notre Dame

MaryBeth is a Senior Clinical Information Analyst in Enterprise Analytics at Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina. She has 30 years of software development and data analysis experience including previous positions at Indiana Bell and Eli Lilly and Company. Her most current work is in provider focused analytics.

Nicci Gafinowitz

MSIS, Information Science, UNC Chapel Hill
BS (Honors) Botany and Zoology, Ecology, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Gabriela Gherghel

MBA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA, Finance, University of South Florida

Sam Gillett

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
BS, Mathematics, James Madison University, USA
Certified Base SAS Programmer

Sam is a federal contracts and proposals analyst for a contract research organization. He is responsible for identifying and helping procure new federal business for the company. In order to do that, He needs to be aware of current biotech trends such as electronic health records management, applications of bioinformatics, and systems based approaches to problem solving. The UNC Health Informatics coursework I has taken so far has opened his eyes to these types of skill sets, as well as topics in the public health arena.

Nidhi Gulati

BS, Biology, Meredith College
BS, Biology, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nidhi works in Clinical Trials as a Clinical Trials Assistant II, managing information in databases, assisting in development of trial documents, and collecting / tracking source documents.

Anshu Gupta

MBA, Supply Chain Management, NC State University
MS, Electrical Engineering, University of Texas
BE, Electrical Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, India
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Anshu serves as a consultant with the nonprofit, FIFNC, working on Sales force CRM implementation. She is also a consultant for a local startup working on EMR training, best practices, HIPAA, and security issues. She has worked on global IT projects for the last 10 years and is interested in transitioning to Healthcare IT.

Holly Harmes

BA Psychology, University of Northern Iowa
MS Information Science, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Holly is an Applications Specialist at UNC and Team Lead for an applications development group that supports groups on campus such as Environment, Health, and Safety, Energy Services, One Card, and Student Stores. In past positions she has developed and supported applications for the School of Medicine and the Carolina Mammography Registry. Her interests include data analysis, data mining and process improvement and she hopes to build on current skills through the clinical information science program and be able to utilize these skills in a clinical setting in the near future.

Grant Harrison

BS, Information and Library Science, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Grant just recently graduated with his BS and soon after began his work on the CIS certificate. Grant is an intern at EHR2.0, focusing on patient privacy, patient portals, and electronic health records. He is employed at the UNC Computer services as a Computer and Network Technician.

Elliott Hauser

BA, Art History, Duke University
MSIS UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Elliott has a broad interest in informatics. He is particularly interested in questions of certainty, indeterminacy, and reliability in decision supporting information systems. His research aims to identify best uses of information technology in several domains including Health Informatics.

Prior to coming to UNC, Elliott worked in the finance and real estate industries in San Francisco, CA and Durham, NC. He studied Art History as an undergraduate at Duke University, where his focus was on art at auction in 18th century Amsterdam.

He is currently pursuing his PhD in Information Science.

John Horan

Bachelor’s Degree, History, Coastal Carolina University
Healthcare IT program, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

John worked with the Carolina Healthcare Systems since 2008 as a Radiology Applications enabled him to work closely with radiologist to manage workflow and training in the use of digital voice transcription systems, radiology information systems, and picture archiving and communication systems. He is currently working as c# and .net application developer.

Adam Iona

MSIS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BA, Philosophy, Knox College

Cliff Kaufman

PhD, Inorganic Chemistry, Louisiana State University
BA, Chemistry, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nasim Lari

PhD, Economics, NC State University
MS, Economics, NC State University
BS, Biology, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nasim is an Adjunct Professor at both Meredith College and NC State University. She also works as the Director of Research and Grants at the American Institute of Higher Education, LLC.

Lauren Li

BS, Radiologic Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Before joining CHIP, Lauren was an MRI technologist at Alamance Regional Medical Center. She became interested in health informatics as a way expand her skills in information and computer technology while building upon her background and interests in healthcare. She is interested in using health information data analysis to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare.

Annette Lindsey

MIS, University of Phoenix
BS, Business Administration, SUNY at New Paltz

Michelle Little

BS, Radiological Science, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Michelle is a MRI Technologist, performing Magnetic Resonance Imaging on patients as prescribed by a radiologis to show a specific anatomy in question. She also monitors and controls image quality by manipulating parameters (frequency, matrix, spatial resolution, etc.) of the scanner based on radiologist request and patient body matter.

Cameron Lucey

BS, Business Administration, University of Vermont

Sree Machiraju

BS, Electronics, Acharya Nagarjuna University, India
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Rupa Maitra

Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
MA, Education, Calcutta University, India
Applied Information Technology Diploma, ITI, Mississauga, Canada

The CIS course has given me an opportunity to explore my interest in healthcare as well as build on my background in database and information technology. It has made me realize I definitely want to further my career in healthcare informatics. With that focus in mind, I am currently interning with the Health Information Management group in Rex Hospital. My goal is a position where I have an opportunity to combine my two interests.

Julia Marshall

BS, Nursing, Drexel University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Rich Medlin, MD

BS, Biochemistry and Nutrition, Virginia Tech
MD, University of Texas Medical Branch
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Informatics Diplomate Certified By ABPM

Rich is an Emergency Medicine physician with a strong interest in implementation, use and design of clinical information systems as well as research in informatics. He has been a full-time clinician since 1996.

Mike Owino

MS, Health Behavior, Indiana University
BS, Computer Information Technology, Purdue University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Akinwunmi Owopetu

MIS, Management, SUNY-Stony Brook
BS, Mechanical Engineering, University of IFE Ile-IFe, Nigeria

Nina Palekar

BS, Computer Science, Hunter College of CUNY
BSN, Nursing, Duke University
MS, Computer Engineering, NC State University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nina works as an Business Analyst in the Department of Mental Health, State of North Carolina. She performs business process and workflow analysis of all 14 state run mental health facilities, getting them prepared for the implementation of the Quadramed Quantim Suite products.

Guillermo Perasso

MSIS, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Emily Pfaff

BA, Russian and Eastern European Studies, Wesleyan University
MSIS, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Emily’s primary professional interests are clinical data warehousing, database design, and electronic medical records. She currently works as a research analyst at the NC TraCS Institute (home of the CTSA at UNC), where she helps connect UNC researchers and their collaborators with clinical and administrative data stored in the Carolina Data Warehouse for Health.

Britt Ritter

BS, Systemic and Organismal Biology, University of Tennessee
Doctor of Pharmacy, University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Britt was employed as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at the University of North Carolina Hospitals and a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. After completing the Clinical Information Science Certificate, Britt joined the Duke University Health Systems, and hopes to be further involved in clinical decision support, outcomes measures, secondary analysis, and other information-related impacts on patient care.

Richard Schaedler

BA, Computer Science, State University of New York at Potsdam
BA, Psychology, State University of New York at Potsdam
Duke Leadership Program (DLP) and Leadership Development Program II (LDP II)
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Current member of ACM, IEEE, AMIA, HIMSS. Volunteer Recruitment Lead Ambassador for Be the Match Served on the Center for Advanced Computing and Communications (CACC) and School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Industrial Advisory Boards (IAB), NC State University.

15 years of software development experience in the data communications and telecommunications industries implementing network management features, protocols, and databases with very high real-time transaction rate, availability, and scalability requirements. 10 years leading product development organizations, evaluating emerging technologies, establishing technical vision, and defining product strategies which ensure competitive advantage and meet customers’ needs on a global scale. He also has 8 patented innovations. He works at Duke University Health System’s Maestro Care Support as an IT Analyst.

Chris Shea

PhD, Public Administration, North Carolina State University
MPA, North Carolina State University
MA, English, West Virginia University
BBA, Finance and English, James Madison University
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Chris Smith

BS, Commerce, DePaul University

Nidhi Soni

MS, Biotechnology, Sardar Patel University, India
BS, Biotechnology, Sardar Patel University, India
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nicholas Sullivan

Bachelor’s Degree, Public Health Policy Degree, The UNC Chapel Hill
MHA, Master of Healthcare Administration, The UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Nicholas works at Novant Health where he is currently building an analytics platform using Epic EMR data for a hospital service line financial performance, productivity and clinical quality benchmarking.

Lauren Tomola

BA, Bryn Mawr College
MSLS, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Lauren is the AHEC Knowledge Management Librarian at the UNC Health Sciences Library, providing support for the NC AHEC Digital Library and the NC AHEC Practice Support staff. Lauren also coordinates and provides assistance to the volunteer editors on NC Health Info.

Phillip Transou

BS, Information Science, UNC Chapel Hill
Clinical Information Science Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Health Care Informatics

Emelia Amoako

PhD, Nursing, UNC Chapel Hill
MSN, Nursing, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
BSN, Nursing, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Emelia currently works at the Act Medical Group where she provides primary and long-term care services for individuals with acute and/or multi-system chronic health problems.

Catherine Caprio

MSN, Nursing, Duke University
BSN, Nursing, University of Arizona
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Suja Davis

Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Stephanie Dean-Johnson

BSN Nursing, University of Maryland
MSN Nursing Administration; MSN Nursing Informatics, UNC Chapel Hill
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Stephanie is the first graduate of the Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate. She strives to be an authentic nurse leader who utilizes clinical nursing knowledge to design, select, implement and utilize information systems in support of improving quality, safety, cost, and outcomes in a health care system.

Stephanie is also a quality focus leader. Currently, she is a Clinical Nurse IV at Duke Raleigh Hospital in the intensive care unit. She championed a 15-bed general medical-surgical Intensive Care Unit (ICU) campaign of “No Exceptions-No Excuses” to produce ZERO central line associated blood stream infections for 27 months.

Stephanie co-chairs the Unit Practice Council and effectively engaged all staff in the development of unit standards of practice and consistency in the delivery of patient care, resulting in patient satisfaction scores that exceed the benchmark.

Shannon Ford

MSN, Nursing, UNC Chapel Hill
BS, Biology, UNC Wilmington
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Shannon is a Teaching Assistant for the UNC Chapel Hill School of Nursing Education Innovation Simulation Learning Environment (EISLE), teaching nursing clinical skills to undergraduate nursing students.

Vilma Garrido

MSN, Nursing, University of Phoenix
BSN, Nursing, Philippine Women’s University, Philippines
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Helen Turner

MSN, Nursing Education, East Carolina University
BSN, Nursing, East Carolina University
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Enobong Utin

MSN, Nursing Education, University of Phoenix
BS, Health Education, NC Central University
BS, Nursing, University of Nigeria, Nigeria
Nursing Health Care Informatics Certificate

Enobong is an Instructor in the Nursing Program at Durham Tech Community College, as well as a Charge Nurse at the V.A.

Public Health Informatics

Eddie Alcorn

MBA, General Management and Sustainable Enterprise, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
MSPH, Finance, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
BS, Biology, UNC Chapel Hill
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Ryan Cronk

MS, Environmental Engineering, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
BS, Systems Engineering, University of Virginia
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Ryan is a graduate research assistant in the Laboratory for Applied Informatics Research (LAIR) in SILS and also the Water Institute in the Gillings School of Global Public Health. His work with LAIR focuses on the UNC Knowledge Base which is a custom-content management search engine.

Monica Holloway

Public Health PHI Certificate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
MSPH, Health Policy & Management, Candidate, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
BS, Policy Analysis and Management, Cornell University

Nnenna Ibeanusi

Nnenna Ibeanusi is a dual degree MSPH/MSIS candidate in the School of Public Health, in the department of Health Policy and Management as well as the School of Information and Library Science, emphasizing in Information Science at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Nnenna is interested in advanced analytics and data science, particularly in the health care space. She believes that the use of information technology and well informed data will help improve outcomes for all end users: patients, providers, payors, and health organizations alike. More specifically, she would like to be involved in efforts to implement new technologies and utilize health analytics in the healthcare space, whether by participating in efforts to establish new EHR systems, integrating e-health platforms to the data stream of healthcare organizations, or analyzing data for quality improvement, outcomes analysis, and decision support purposes.

Douglas Ingalls

MBA, International Business, University of South Carolina
BA, Political Science, Furman University
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Abhinav Komandur

BSPH, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC Chapel Hill
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Manish Kumar

Public Health Informatics Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill
MPH, Public Health Leadership, UNC Chapel Hill
MS, Management of Agricultural Knowledge Systems (new name- Development and Rural Innovation), Wageningen University, the Netherlands
MS, Development Communication, G.B.Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, India

Manish Kumar is working as the Senior Technical Specialist-Health Systems Strengtening, MEASURE Evaluation Project at the Carolina Population Center of UNC Chapel Hill. The MEASURE Evaluation project is funded by USAID to strengthen capacity in developing countries to gather, interpret, and use data to improve health. He is involved in supporting the PEPFAR funded Data for Accountability, Transparency and Impact (DATIM) information system in more than 30 countries. He is also engaged in health information systems research and health informatics activities aimed at strengthening the country health information systems in low and middle-income countries. Manish has more than 12 years of experience of working on health systems and health information systems issues in India and globally.

Jordan McInerney

BA, Psychology, NC State University
BS, Biological Sciences, NC State University
MS, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Lauren Snyder

MSPH, Maternal and Child Health, Candidate, UNC Chapel Hill
BS, Agriculture, The University of Georgia
BA, International Affairs, The University of Georgia
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Brad Wheeler

PhD, Epidemiology, UNC Chapel Hill
MPH, Public Health Policy / Analysis, East Carolina University
BMA, Musical Arts, Penn State University
Public Health PHI Certificate, UNC Chapel Hill

Sarah Hiller

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