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International Health

Leidman

Eva Leidman, MSPH ’12
ORISE Research Fellow, Emergency Response and Recovery Branch
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation, our MSPH graduates take on strategic and management roles in health services organizations in a variety of national and international settings. Alumni enjoy careers in academia, government and nongovernment sectors, and industry. Graduates become public health practitioners who provide technical assistance to public health researchers and public health managers in the design, implementation and evaluation of programs to address public health problems facing underserved populations in the US and abroad. Read more about our International Health alumni.

Where our recent alumni work

OrganizationJob titleDescription

Clinton Health Access Initiative

Access to Medicines and Diagnostics Program Manager

Provides technical assistance to the Ministry of Health in Lesotho on forecasting and quantification for ARVs, TB drugs, vaccines, and lab commodities.

Catholic Relief Services

Regional Technical Advisor for Health and HIV for West Africa

Provides technical assistance to health programs in 13 countries in West Africa, mainly in the area of infectious diseases as well as nutrition and maternal, newborn and child health. 

ORISE Research Fellow

Emergency Response and Recovery Branch, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Works to reduce the health impact of disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies in partnership with other U.S. government agencies, United Nations agencies, and non- governmental organizations.  

Innovations for Poverty Action 

Research Coordinator in Tanzania

Run evaluations and research studies for the International Rescue Committee to assess feasibility and effectiveness of education and health programs in Nyarugusu and Mtendeli Refugee Camps.

Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry at the Cambridge Health Alliance

Research Coordinator

Works with social workers, patient navigators, researchers and physicians on two primary studies: (1) Enhancing Systems of Care: Supporting Families and Youth Outcomes, a SAMHSA-funded study focused on implementing a collaborative practice model for integrative pediatric care, and (2) the Mothering and Infant Stress Study, focused on maternal-infant stress and attachment behaviors.