Sachin Silva, DrPH '20
Silva, S., Arinaminpathy, N., Atun, R., Goosby, E., Reid, M. (2021). Economic impact of tuberculosis mortality in 120 countries and the cost of not achieving the Sustainable Development Goals tuberculosis targets: a full-income analysis. The Lancet Global Health
Sadiya Muqueeth, DrPH ’18, was named de Beaumont Foundation’s 40 Under 40 in Public Health
Sachin Silva, DrPH ’20, The first of four research papers produced from Sachin’s Doctoral Project:
Silva, S., Arinaminpathy, N., Atun, R., Goosby, E., Reid, M. (2021).Economic impact of tuberculosis mortality in 120 countries and the cost of not achieving the Sustainable Development Goals tuberculosis targets: a full-income analysis. The Lancet Global Health
Bryan O. Buckley, DrPH ’20, co-authored an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Brief: Leadership To Improve Diagnosis: A Call to Action
Bryan O. Buckley, DrPH ’20, was appointed as Board Member (2 year term) of the American Heart Association Greater Washington, DC Region
Adil Bahalim, DrPH ’20, and his company, Concerto Biosciences, are finalists in this year’s 2021 President’s Innovation Challenge. The President’s Innovation Challenge is aimed at recognizing efforts by members of the Harvard community to design solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems.
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, was selected as one of the Students Who Rocked Public Health 2020 by the Journal of Public Health and Management Practice for her project “Using Storytelling to Inspire Others During the COVID-19 Pandemic“.
Mohd Lutfi Fadil Bin Lokman, DrPH ’20, was invited to Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast on pushkin.fm to discuss his doctoral project and leadership journey through the DrPH Program
Amy Bantham, DrPH ’20
Bantham, A., Taverno Ross, S., Sebastiao, E., Hall, G. (2020). Overcoming barriers to physical activity in underserved populations. Elsevier.
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, was interviewed by Ms. Magazine for their article “The Toll Microaggressions Take on Women Entrepreneurs“.
Morissa Henn, DrPH ’19, was named one of the Top 25 Emerging Leaders by Modern Healthcare.
Margaret Sullivan, DrPH ’19
Anthoula Love, K., Gershon, R., Sullivan, M. (2020). The Final Public Charge Admissibility Rule: Implications for Massachusetts. Blue Cross Blue Shield Massachusetts.
Denizhan Duran, DrPH ’19 has published his doctoral thesis:
Duran, D., Bauhoff, S., Berman, P., Gaudet, T., Konan, C., Ozaltin, E., Kruk, M. (2020). The role of health system context in the design and implementation of performance-based financing: evidence from Cote d’Ivoire. BMJ Global Health.
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, will have her independent short film screened at the APHA film festival this October, #StayHopeful: Community reflections in midst of COVID-19
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, was selected to join Babson College’s Women In Entrepreneurship (WIN) Lab Accelerator which “provides women entrepreneurs with an inspiring community and a rigorous, experiential process that catalyzes innovative thinking and enables them to successfully scale their businesses”.
Meghan Venable-Thomas, DrPH ’18, Product Manager at Trillfit, was profiled in an article by the Boston Globe titled “Fitness studio TrillFit aims to ‘decolonize wellness’”.
Katharine Robb, DrPH ’19
Robb, K., Habiyakare, C., Kateera, F., Nkurunziza, T., Dusabe, L., Kubwimana, M., Powell, B., et al. (2020). “Variability of water, sanitation, and hygiene conditions and the potential infection risk following cesarean delivery in rural Rwanda“. Journal of Water & Health. This article was based on her Winter Field Immersion in 2018.
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, was profiled in an article by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce about her media company, EmVision. They discussed their founding story, impactful projects including COVID-19
Nicole Cooper, DrPH ’17, was named Head of Healthcare Policy for Lyft.
Ramon Lorenzo Luis Guinto, DrPH ’19, published an article for Project Syndicate titled, “Pandemic Policy Must be Climate Policy”.
Lavinia Mitroi, DrPH ’18, conducted an interview with a local NPR station concerning the COVID-19 Student Taskforce she helped develop.
Katharine Robb, DrPH ’19, published an article for Harvard Kennedy School titled, “How Cities Can Use Housing Data to Predict COVID-19 Hotspots: Lessons from Chelsea, MA”.
Morissa Henn, DrPH ’19, and her efforts to develop, support, and implement suicide prevention strategies in Utah was highlighted in the Harvard Gazette
Claire Chaumont and Jeffrey Glenn, DrPH ’18, published an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review titled “The adaptive leadership framework can help address public health crises like COVID-19”
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20, was published in the online magazine Creative North Shore highlighting her and her company’s (EmVision) #StayHopeful series
Claire Chaumont and Rosemary Mamka Anyona, DrPH ’18 wrote a case study for Harvard Kennedy School’s Case Program, “Caught in a Storm: The World Health Organization and the 2014 Ebola Outbreak”
Vanessa Brizuela, DrPH ’18
Bonet, M., Brizuela, V., Abalos, E., Cuesta, C., Baguiya, A., et al. (2020) Frequency and management of maternal infection in health facilities in 52 countries (GLOSS): a 1-week inception cohort study. The Lancet Global Health. 2020 May 1;8(5):e661-71.
Vanessa Brizuela, DrPH ’18
Brizuela, V., Bonet, M., Trigo Romero, C.L., Abalos, E., Baguiya, A., et al on behalf of the World Health Organization Global Maternal Sepsis Study Research Group (2020). Early evaluation of the ‘STOP SEPSIS!’ WHO Global Maternal Sepsis Awareness Campaign implemented for healthcare providers in 46 low, middle and high-income countries. BMJ Open 2020;10:e036338. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-036338.
Kuanysh Yergaliyev, DrPH ’19
Yergaliyev, K., Aveling, E.L., Lee, R., Austin, S.B. (2020) Lessons for Local Policy Initiatives to Address Dietary Supplement Use Among Adolescents: A Qualitative Study of Stakeholders’ Perceptions. Journal of Adolescent Health
Katharine Robb, DrPH ’19, participated in a Q&A with The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation to discuss the research she is conducting on housing and health in Chelsea, MA, a city that has seen some of the worst COVID-19 infection rates in the state. Source: the Harvard Gazette
Tariana V. Little, DrPH ’20
Shapiro, E., Little, T. (2020) Inclusive Leadership Development Through Participatory Inquiry. Routledge Handbooks Online.
Margaret Sullivan, DrPH ’19, co-authored an article for Health and Human Rights Journal titled “Protecting Children’s Rights as Schools Close”.
Morissa Henn, DrPH ’19, wrote an article for Deseret News titled “Our emotional footing is shaken. Let’s ensure that preparedness doesn’t compromise safety”.
Vanessa Brizuela, DrPH ’18
Torloni, M.R., Brizuela, V., Betran, A.P. (2020) Mass media campaigns to reduce unnecessary caesarean sections: a systematic review. BMJ Global Health. 2020 Feb 1;5(2):e001935.
Ramon Lorenzo Luis Guinto, DrPH ’19, was selected as one of the 200 Obama Foundation Leaders: Asia-Pacific Program
Erica Reaves, DrPH ’19
Sanders, J., Paladino, J., Reaves, E., Luetke-Stahlman, H., Price, R., Lorenz, K., Hanson, L., Curtis, J., Meier, D., From, E., Block, S. (2019). Quality Measurement of Serious Illness Communication: Recommendations for Health Systems Based on Findings from a Symposium of National Experts. Journal of Palliative Medicine
Nicole (Dickelson) Cooper, DrPH ’17, was announced as a winner of 2019’s Women Worth Watching by Profiles in Diversity Journal
Vanessa Brizuela, DrPH ’18
Brizuela V., Bonet M., Souza J., Tuncalp O., Kasisomayajula V., Langer A. (2019). Factors influencing awareness of healthcare providers on maternal sepsis: a mixed-methods approach. BMC Public Health 19, article number: 683
Elvis Garcia, DrPH ’19, and Sana Mostaghim, DrPH ’18 help develop global vaccine access strategy at Takeda
Sanam Roder-DeWan, DrPH ’18, with the support of Denizhan Duran, Abril Campos and Caroline Pogge, all DrPH’19, writes a companion piece about her DELTA Doctoral Project, The People’s Voice Report, with the Lancet Global Health Commission: High-quality health systems in the Sustainable Development Goals era: time for a revolution.
Paul Shafer, a Ph.D. candidate from the University of North Carolina, and Seciah Aquino, DrPH ’18, review recently proposed changes to the pubic charge rule and how they could affect non-citizens living in the United States currently covered under the Affordable Care Act.
Christin Gilmer, DrPH ’18 alumna, invited her middle school teacher to Harvard Chan graduation 21 years after inspirational lessons and note – as featured on CNN.
Gabriel Sedman, DrPH ’17 alumn, now at the Boston Consulting Group and World Economic Forum proposes how to address “the 5 trillion healthcare problem”.