Stephanie is a freshman at Harvard University studying Molecular/Cellular Biology and Government and the Editor-In-Chief of the YIP Journal. As the former Public Health Policy Lead, she is an avid public health advocate who seeks to leverage science and public policy for social good. Stephanie is the author of Epidemiology Unmasked, a textbook used by thousands of students and the founder of Project Unmasked, a global campaign to promote public health literacy. She has interned with the Texas Senate’s Committee on Health & Human Services and has conducted internationally-recognized research on neurodegenerative diseases, vaccine distribution, and public health literacy.
The Tremendous Personal Cost of Politics
Education: Even Bipartisan Big Government Fails
Colleges Campuses: Where Free Speech is in Danger
Complex and Controversial: An Overview of American Abortion Policy
Women's Health in America
Vaccine Rollout in the United States
The Vicious Cycle of Poverty and Healthcare
The Opioid Crisis: An Unprecedented Epidemic
The Misinformation Pandemic
The History and Progression of Birth Control
The FDA’s Accelerated Approval of Aducanumab
Racial Inequities in American Healthcare
Omicron: The Unprecedented Surge
Mental Health in the United States
Genetic Engineering: An Ethical Dilemma
Global Healthcare Systems
Climate Change: Where are we now?
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