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Fellows

The Center for a Livable Future has awarded doctoral fellowships to 19 Johns Hopkins University students for the 2016–2017 academic year. The CLF-Lerner Fellowship program is named to honor Sid and Helaine Lerner, whose generous support made it possible to establish the program in 2003. The CLF-Lerner Fellowship provides up to one year of financial support to be used for tuition, stipend, and/or research expenses related to individual needs. Johns Hopkins students from all divisions within the university are eligible to receive support during any stage of their doctoral programs. The fellowship provides enrichment opportunities such as a journal club, trainings, meetings with leaders in the field, and a network of current and former fellows.

Read more about our CLF-Lerner Fellowship program.

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Department of Environmental Health and Engineering
Vanessa Coffman, MS
Benjamin Davis
Lacey Gaechter, MS
Hannah Holsinger, MPH
Gabriel Innes, VMD
Sara Lupolt, MPH

Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Jennifer Dailey, BA, MSE

Department of Epidemiology
Usama Bilal, MD, MPH

Department of Health, Behavior and Society
Ryan Lee, MHS
Philip McNab, MPH, MA

Department of Health Policy and Management
Krycia Cowling, MPH
Danielle Edwards, JD, MS
Kathryn Heley, MPH
Natalie Reid, MPH, MBA
Sameer Siddiqi, BS

Department of International Health
Elena Broaddus, MSPH
Yukyan Lam, JD
Francesca Schiaffino, DVM
Marie Spiker, MSPH, RD

Meet our Past CLF-Lerner Fellows