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We are pleased to announce that Maya Behn, Erika Lynn-Green, and Inam Sakinah, medical students at Harvard Medical School, have been selected to receive the annual Fletcher Prize in Population Medicine for their paper, “Early COVID-19 Vaccination for Incarcerated Populations: Prioritizing Population Health”. The Fletcher Prize is awarded by the Department for the best paper on a topic in Population Medicine written by a Harvard Medical School or Harvard School of Dental Medicine student.
Meet Joshua Petimar, a research fellow working with Jason Block to evaluate the effects of public health nutrition policies on diet quality. Dr. Petimar received his joint doctorate in Nutrition and Epidemiology from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where he previously studied relationships between diet, obesity, and cancer. In this Spotlight, Dr. Petimar describes how being open to a new opportunity allowed him to expand his skillset and enter a different, exciting area of research; the importance of drawing inspiration from friends and colleagues; and more.