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Our Alumni: Karen Ann Alroy

"By improving our knowledge of tissue recognition, deciphering self from non-self, this research had the potential to enhance our understanding of organ transplantation in people."
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Our Alumni: Andrew Klevos

"When I was working in the field...I discovered that it was the large public health programs that had the most significant impact."
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Our Alumni: Arielle Carpenter

"I have been passionate about educating myself and others to create change that will curb the overwhelming obesity epidemic since my freshman year of high school."
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Our Alumni: Deborah Mailand

"I realized public health, specifically, epidemiology, allowed me to combine my interests and skills in medicine, science, math, and community service."
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Our Alumni: Char Kasprzak

"The Tufts MPH Program was where I could learn to understand the health care system from a social justice perspective."

Identifying Hepatitis C Hotspots

Tom Stopka, PhD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Public Health & Community Medicine at TUSM, uses an innovative analysis combining geographic information systems, spatial epidemiology, and statistical modeling to identify Hepatitis C hotspots.
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Extra Miles for Fitness Trackers

A new program founded by Lisa Gualtieri, an assistant professor of public health and community medicine at Tufts, will test if donated, recycled fitness trackers like Jawbone, Withings, Fitbit, and Garmin can help underserved populations get healthier.