Public Health Alumni and Friends

Discover news, resources, and connections for Brown's global public health alumni community.

You are dedicating your career to improving the lives of others.

Discover the many ways Brown can support you and keep you connected with your fellow Brunonians. Learn how you can support the next generation of public health leaders.

The Brown University School of Public Health alumni community includes AB, ScB, MPH, AM, ScM, and PhD degree holders from the Health + Society, Community Health, and Public Health programs at Brown. Contact with questions, for more information about benefits and opportunities available to you, or to share news about your work and professional achievements.

Benefits & Resources

Brown alumni have access to eresources and lifetime borrowing privileges from the Brown Library.


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From reshaping health care and safeguarding vulnerable populations to preventing disease, the School of Public Health is improving human health on a global scale. Learn more about supporting Brown’s School of Public Health or make a gift to the Public Health Annual Fund now.

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News, Stories, & Social Media

Jeffrey Peipert '82 PhD'07 (right) receiving the 2023 Alumni Impact Award
Jeffrey Peipert '82 PhD'07 (right) receiving the Alumni Impact Award from Ronald E. Aubert Ph.D., MSPH, Interim Dean of the Brown University School of Public Health

Alumni Spotlight: Women’s Health Pioneer

Dr. Jeffrey Peipert ’82 PhD’07 was named the School of Public Health 2023 Alumni Impact Award winner for his landmark work and dedication to reproductive health care.

Empowering the Next Generation of Health Data Scientists

Brown University’s NextGen Scholars Program is breaking barriers and paving the way for diversity and innovation in data science.

Data-Driven Solutions for PACE

A company co-founded by Robbie Felton ’22 is making a big impact on senior care.

Laura Keohane Ph.D. ’16 Named 2022 Alumni Impact Awardee

The assistant professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center was recognized for “her stunning trajectory and increasing impact in research and policy related to aging.”

Rainbow Wave: Tiara Mack ’16

Rhode Island’s first openly LGBTQ Black person was elected to the State Senate.


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