Real World Career Series: Careers In Gender & Public Health

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UCSD Women's Center says
Interested in a career in public health that intersects with work
on gender issues? Join us and learn about the different career
paths of our panelists who are doing this work.

Featured Panelists:

Erin Falvey, PhD: Dr. Falvey is the Clinical Manager at Christie's
Place, a leading nonprofit social service organization in San Diego
County that provides HIV/AIDS education, support, and advocacy to
women, children and families impacted by HIV/AIDS.

Elizabeth Reed, ScD: Dr. Reed is an Assistant Professor in the
Division of Global Public Health at UCSD. She is trained as a Social
Epidemiologist and her work focuses on gender-based violence and
HIV prevention in multiple global settings.

Radhika Sundararajan, MD: Dr. Sundararajan is an Assistant
Professor of Emergency Medicine at UCSD and the Director of the
UCSD School of Medicine Global Health Academic Concentration. In
addition to her clinical practice, she has worked on malaria control in
India and Uganda and examined barriers to healthcare in low-resource
settings.

Jennifer Wagman, PhD: Dr. Wagman is an Assistant Professor in the
Division of Global Public Health at UCSD. She received her training in
Reproductive, Perinatal and Women's Health, and examines intimate
partner violence and HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in
sub-Saharan Africa. Her most recent work explores the role of alcohol
and substance use in physical and sexual violence and HIV.

Brooke S. West, PhD: Dr. West is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the
Division of Global Public Health at UCSD. Trained as a Sociologist,
she has worked with marginalized populations globally on issues
related to substance use, HIV, sexual health, and human rights.
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By: UCSD Women's Center

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