On This Episode Of The Public Health Epidemiology Conversations (PHEC) Podcast
The American Public Health Association’s Epidemiology Section wanted to give students an opportunity to talk about their research on the podcast. Students who were interested in participating were asked to submit their research information and were selected based on their complete responses. Coming on the podcast to discuss their research gives students some experience in discussing their research. In this episode you’ll hear from two student members of the APHA Epidemiology section, Frances Dean and Kelly O’Shea, as they discuss their student research experience.
My first guest is Frances Dean. Frances has a Bachelor of Science and Health Promotion Behavior with a health promotion concentration and a minor in global health from the University of Georgia.
My next guest is Kelly O’Shea. Kelly is a PhD student at the University of Illinois at Chicago and joins me to talk about her research. The interview is short and strictly sticks to the topic of her research, but off the recording, we also discussed her experience working on large community-based studies with the Chicago Department of Public Health.
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In case you missed it, last month we featured our first student interview in episode 97. So if you missed that, please be sure to listen to it as well.
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