20 (Public Health) Questions with Dr. Mellissa Withers

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November 22, 2016
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The Student Doctor Network interviewed Dr. Mellissa Withers, USC Assistant Professor of Clinical, about her education and career in public health in this 20-question Q&A.

From her degree decision-making to experiences abroad conducting global health research, Dr. Withers provides insight into how she got to where she is today: teaching global health at USC and managing the global health program for the Association of Pacific Rim Universities.

Read the full Q&A: “20 Questions: Mellissa Withers, MHS, PhD, Global Health” 

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