Population and Public Health Sciences students share their work in award-winning videos
November 25, 2020
Students in Population and Public Health Sciences showcased their work in a series of videos garnering awards in both the Keck School of Medicine Research Video Challenge and the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences contest of the same name.
Congratulations go out to the winners – the Department is delighted and proud to share their work:
Caitlin Mills – PhD in Biostatistics – 2nd Place winner, Keck Research Video Challenge – 1st Place graduate student winner, Population and Public Health Sciences Research Video Challenge
Anmol Pardeshi – MS in Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology, People’s Choice – Keck Research Video Challenge
Marigrace Buendia – BS in Health Promotion and Disease – 1st Place undergraduate winner and Scholars Choice, Population and Public Health Sciences Research Video Challenge
Katelyn Queen – 2nd Place graduate student winner and Scholar’s Choice, Population and Public Health Sciences Research Video Challenge
Jeremy Yu – 3rd Place graduate student winner, Population and Public Health Sciences Research Video Challenge
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