Malinda Kennedy, ScD, is a Faculty Assistant for the Center on Young Adult Health and Development and is Project Director for the Maryland Collaborative. She received a ScD in Social Epidemiology from Harvard University School of Public Health. She spent several years with the CDC as the coordinator for a disease surveillance network and assisting with outbreak investigations. Her research interests include child health and well-being and community and social influences on the health of children and young adults.
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Areas of Interest
Child Health; Social Epidemiology
ScD, Social Epidemiology
Harvard University School of Public Health
MPH, International Health
Emory University Rollins School of Public Health