Brandon Marshall with colleagues

Brandon Marshall awarded ASPPH Early Career Public Health Research Award

Brandon Marshall, Associate Professor of Epidemiology, has been awarded the ASPPH Early Career Public Health Research Award. This award recognizes a graduate public health faculty member who is within 10 years of their last formal training, and is an outstanding early-career investigator. 

Chanelle Howe and Andrew Cressman's paper recently published in AIDS and Behavior

Chanelle Howe, Phd. and Andrew Cressman's recent paper titled: "The Relationship Between Discrimination and Missed HIV Care Appointments Among Women Living with HIV" has been published in AIDS and Behavior. Cressman is a recent Brown Epidemiology ScM graduate and this article was developed from his master's thesis.  Their article was also recently highlighted by The Association of Schools & Programs of Public Health (ASPPH).