Practice

Sarah Gharib

The Safety of Workers, the Health of Populations

Sarah Gharib

Want to spend lots of time outside, meet new people, and see engineering and business processes from the inside out? Then consider studying industrial hygiene, says Sarah Gharib, who reminds us that environmental health sciences is not only an exciting field but one that empowers you to apply your science and engineering skills to help people. Read more

Nathan Clayton, online MPH student

From CDC to MPH: Real-World Work Inspires Desire for Greater Impact

Nathan Clayton

After graduating college, Nathan Clayton entered into a world of disease prevention he never expected to be a part of. Since then, he’s assisted in containing the spread of several illnesses in his role with the CDC. Now, he’s working to complete his MPH so that he can do even more for public health. Read more

Mark Anderson

Never Stop Learning: Physician's Pursuit to Always Be Better

Mark Anderson, MD

What does an established physician have to gain from going back to school to earn an MPH? According to Mark Anderson, participating in the Population and Health Sciences program earns him the ability to stay pertinent in the advancing world of health care. Read more

Anand Parekh; Photo by Greg Gibson

The Loneliness of the Bipartisan Collaborator

Anand Parekh, MD, MPH ’02

Anand Parekh knows that people on both sides of the aisle agree on many things and want to work together. But actually getting policy made can be challenging. As a researcher, writer, and advocate, Parekh brings people together every day to improve access to health care and health in general. Read more