Brittney Butler holds a doctorate in epidemiology from The Ohio State University. She also holds an MPH from Washington University in St. Louis. Brittney’s research investigates anti-Black structural racism as a risk factor for Pregnancy Induced Hypertensive Disorders (PIHDs) among Black women. During her fellowship, she is building on her work by exploring neighborhood-level determinants, and will incorporate new theoretical frameworks and empirical methods through didactic training and interdisciplinary faculty collaborations. Brittney holds a dual appointment both as a Bell Fellow and as an FXB Health & Human Rights Fellow at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.