Carinne Brody, DrPH
Assistant Professor, Global Health, Public Health Program, College of Education and Health Sciences, Touro University, California, USA
Carinne Brody is associate professor and chair of the global health track at Touro University California (TUC) Public Health Program. She is also the Director of the Center for Global Health Research at TUC. Her most recent research projects evaluate the impact of a text and voice based messaging interventions on access reproductive health for female entertainment workers in Cambodia. She has conducted several systematic reviews looking at the impact of reproductive health vouchers on health and of female economic self-help groups on empowerment. She is an active member of the Center of Expertise on Women’s Health and Empowerment, part of UC Global Health Institute. Carinne has a doctorate in public health from University of California Berkeley and a joint Masters in Public Health and Economic Development from Columbia University in New York. She has been involved with programs and research for governmental and non-governmental organizations as well as foundations in Sri Lanka, Ghana, Haiti, Somalia, Uganda, Kenya, Cambodia and India.