Spotlights

May 27, 2014

Tell us about yourself.

My name is Parveen Dhillon, and I was a dual-degree B.S./MPH student. My undergraduate degree was in Biology, and my master’s concentration was in Health Policy and Management (HPAM). I also obtained a Spanish minor and a Global Health Certificate. I am a pre-medical student, which is why the MPH program attracted me so much. I believe that prevention and treatment work hand-in-hand, and...

May 12, 2014

My name is Li-Ling Lai. I graduated from the Health Policy and Management Program at University of Georgia in May 2014. I came from a place (Taiwan) where a universal health insurance policy is implemented and offered to every citizen. I always have the desire to study in the U.S. pursuing another degree and learning different health policies under different institutional settings. Before I joined this program, I had a one-year internship...

April 15, 2014

Tell us about yourself.

I am Aarti Patel, and I was raised in Surat, India, which is famous for its textile and diamond polishing industries. I completed my B.S and M.S in Bioinformatics from S.P. University - India.  I became interested in public health while working as a volunteer at Emory Hospital located in Smyrna and at Sports Medicine South. At these facilities, I saw how public health saves millions of...

April 9, 2014

Tell us a few things about yourself.
Undergrad – Bachelor of Science in International Affairs from Ga Tech
Member of the Gatech FMRC – Foundation for Medical Relief of Children-- Organization that traveled to poor countries and help children with medical issues (some as simple as teaching kids to brush their teeth). This group was part of the reason I applied to grad school in Public Health.

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March 31, 2014

 

About Osama Hashmi:

Currently a dual degree student BS in Biology/ MPH in Health Policy, Osama serves as Policy Director for the Roosevelt Institute, a student-driven nonpartisan policy think tank on campus. He is also the co-founder of a healthcare communication startup called Vitamin C (www.getvitaminc.com) which he started with a local\ software developer...

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