#2022Trojan: Meet Charlotte Sackett, Master of Public Health online program graduate

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May 9, 2022
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Charlotte Sackett earns her Master of Public Health degree with a concentration in biostatistics and epidemiology.

What has been your biggest accomplishment during your studies?

Being awarded a National Cancer Institute grant as a Cancer Epidemiology Education in Special Populations (CEESP) Fellow to lead a research study examining the relationship between cancer treatment modalities and secondary malignancy in pediatric patients.

What will you miss most and why?

Being surrounded by peers and professors who challenge me intellectually and share the same goal of health equity.

Pictured: Charlotte Sackett. Photo courtesy Charlotte Sackett.

What are you doing after you graduate?

Continuing as a health research analyst working on projects related to the safety of the COVID-19 vaccine and the efficacy of a government-sponsored HIV/AIDS relief program.

What advice do you have for future grads?

Enjoy every moment – education is a gift!

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