Keanan Gottlieb is a 2017 graduate from Pitzer College where he studied Public Health with an emphasis on gender and disparities.
During the summers of 2015 and 2016, Keanan served as an intern for our program, where he contributed to the Trans Buddy patient navigator initiative, as well as research focused on identifying transgender patients in electronic health records.
Keanan's professional interests include transgender health and emergency medicine. Currently he is working on studies concerning dental health for LGBTQ patients, transgender people’s involvement in biomedical research, and ethics in LGBTQ health research.
When not at work, he enjoys learning how to play bagpipes and scuba diving.