Meghan currently has interdisciplinary experience in public health, epidemiological research, and behavioral health. Here at CCNY, Meghan uses her specialized experience in program design, program development, and program implementation to create efficient and insightful evaluative instruments and plans to aid in the optimization of various organizations.
Before joining CCNY, Meghan gained professional experience in pharmaceutical quality control and environmental chemistry. While serving Erie County as a laboratory technician, Meghan earned a Master of Public Health with a concentration in psychiatric epidemiology.
Meghan is a passionate advocate for mental health awareness and education, racial equity, and behaviorally-integrated primary health care reformation. Altruistic in nature, she occasionally volunteers at the Community Missions of Niagara Frontier and is a supporter for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s (AFSP) Western New York chapter.
SUNY University at Buffalo: Buffalo, NY
Public Health Teaching Assistant, 2018-2019
SUNY Affective Science, Personality, and Emotional Disorders Lab: Buffalo, NY
Research Assistant, 2018-2019
Best Self Behavioral Health: Buffalo, NY
Community Mental Health Intern, 2018-2019
SUNY Genome, Environment & Microbiome Community of Excellence: Buffalo, NY
Public Health Graduate Outreach Assistant, 2018-2019
Erie County (NY) Government: Buffalo, NY
Laboratory Technician, 2014-2019
Fresenius Kabi: Grand Island, NY
Microbiology Quality Control Technician, 2013-2014
Masters of Public Health (Epidemiology), 2016-2019
School of Public Health and Health Professions, SUNY University at Buffalo
Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences, 2010-2013
College of Arts and Sciences, SUNY University at Buffalo
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