The OpEd Project returns to Atlanta to kick off new programs at Emory University

On Friday, September 6, we launched a new, year-long Public Voices Fellowship at Emory University with our second co-hort of 20 amazing scholars from across campus. The Fellows represent a broad range of expertise, from how DNA changes when you have cancer to surviving the psychosocial nightmare of the NICU to male commercial sex trade in China.

Sarah Juul, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences with Nadia Ali, PhD, Health Psychologist in the Department of Human Genetics

Sarah Juul, M.D., Assistant Professor of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences with Nadia Ali, PhD, Health Psychologist in the Department of Human Genetics

Frank Wong, PhD, Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education with Fellowship Facilitator, Clarence Waldron and Bisan Salhi, M.D., Clinical Educator at the Department of Emergency Medicine and PhD Student in the Department of Anthropology

Frank Wong, PhD, Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education with Fellowship Facilitator, Clarence Waldron and Bisan Salhi, M.D., Clinical Educator at the Department of Emergency Medicine and PhD Student in the Department of Anthropology

 

On Saturday, September 7, we conducted a seminar open to the public that brought together individuals from the greater Atlanta region and beyond.

 

Tonia Warfield and Thetyka Husser refine their arguments

Tonia Warfield and Thetyka Husser refine their arguments

Welcome to our newest set of alums!

Welcome to our newest set of alums!

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