Congratulations to the Class of 2021! We celebrate this year's Master of Public Health, Global Health Track students and recipients of the Graduate Certificate in Global Health.
Class of 2021 Global Health MPH and Certificate Graduates
Raphael Abayateye, MPH
Bentley Akoko, MPH
Lin Ammar, MPH
Wub Belay, MPH
Ryan Belcher, MPH
Sean Berkowitz, MD, MBA
Yasmina Eugenia Haddad, M.Ed.
Sehee Jeon, MPH
Yujia Ji, GPED
Jacob Taylor Ramsey, MD
Andrew Bateman Rees, MD
Claire Audrey Robertson, MSN, RN, AGACNP
Rebecca Silvers, DNP
Victoria Umutoni, MPH
Sai Rajagopalan Vadhula, MD, PhD.
Caitlin Washburn, MPH
Wilma Wilmayani, MPH
Catherine Nicole Zivanov, MD
Master of Public Health, Global Health Track
MPH is a two-year program offered by Vanderbilt University School of Medicine. The primary objective of the program is to train public health scientists and professionals dedicated to improving the public health. The MPH includes didactic coursework, a practicum, and mentored research. The MPH program offers three tracks: Epidemiology, Global Health, and Health Policy.
Graduate Certificate in Global Health
This graduate-level certificate is an interdisciplinary program designed to promote student opportunities to diversify their experiences and education, while instilling awareness of the challenges posed by work in global health and low-resourced settings. The certificate symbolizes a student’s ability to navigate multiple institutional, social, and cultural contexts, all while reflecting the student’s awareness of themselves in the larger picture. This certificate is also a vital step in initiating and promoting joint training opportunities in global health between various departments and schools at Vanderbilt. The Graduate Certificate in Global Health is awarded to students who, in addition to their program’s requirements, complete at least 12 graduate credit hours of coursework in global health. All graduate students are eligible to enroll in the certificate.