Linda Bucay

MPH Student
Linda Bucay is an MPH student at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health concentrating in social and behavioral sciences. She began working with Dr. Kathleen Page in July 2016 to conduct research on the mental health needs of, and access to health care for, Spanish-speaking immigrant populations. Previously, she worked in clinical research in different regions of Mexico, primarily related to mental health and substance use disorders. Her research interests include health disparities, social and structural determinants of health as well as the improvement of health care services...

Jessica Elf, MPH, PhD

Post Doctoral Fellow
Jessica Elf, MPH, PhD
Jessica Elf, MPH, PhD, is a post doctoral fellow in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Her primary research focus has been on the epidemiology and health impacts of tobacco use and exposure to indoor air pollution from the combustion of biomass fuels. She is a former Fogarty Fellow who lived and worked in Pune, India conducting research for her thesis project, which investigated the association between indoor air pollution and tuberculosis. She completed her undergraduate education in nutrition at the University of Florida and received...

Suzanne Grieb, PhD

Post Doctoral Fellow
Kathleen Page is primary mentor for Dr. Grieb, post-doctoral fellow, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Outcomes: Urban Health Institute Award ($5000); Panelist, Center for AIDS Research for Townhouse Meeting Oct. 9, 2013; Session Chair and Oral Presentation, 73st Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Denver March 19-23, 2013; 1 first author peer-reviewed publication

Akshay Gupte, MBBS, MSPH

Doctoral Student
Akshay Gupte, MBBS, MPH
Akshay Gupte, MBBS, MSPH, is a doctoral student in the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH). His research interests include exploring the impact of infectious diseases on lung health of populations and exploring approaches to host directed therapies to limit lung injury in TB. As part of his doctoral research, Akshay is leading a Indo-US collaborative study aimed at exploring the impact of TB disease—alone and in combination with HIV and diabetes mellitus—on pulmonary impairment and risk of chronic lung diseases in India. Akshay is...

Andrés Mallipudi

Andrés Mallipudi
Andrés Mallipudi is a medical student at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He completed his undergraduate work in molecular biology at Brigham Young University. His research interests include Latino and immigrant health care disparities, environmental influences on the development of multidrug-resistant infections, and the impact of climate change on health outcomes. Andrés works with Dr. Kathleen Page, in collaboration with Centro SOL, on survey based assessments of parental administration of non-prescription antibiotics to children in Baltimore’s growing Latino population. He...

Nicky Mehtani

Baltimore, Maryland
Nicky Mehtani
Nicky Mehtani is a current 4th year medical student and will begin internal medicine residency through the Osler Urban Health Primary Care Leadership Track at Johns Hopkins Hospital this July. She started working with Dr. Page while obtaining her MPH in 2014 and completed a research project evaluating the effect of the Affordable Care Act on the demand for publicly-funded Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinics in Baltimore City. The study results were presented at the Preventive Medicine 2016 National Conference in Washington, DC, and the project was the recipient of the 2016 Policy...

Matthew Murrill

Baltimore, Maryland
Matthew Murrill
Matthew Murrill is an MD-PhD student in the Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. In 2016, he was named an IDSA Education and Research Foundation Medical Scholar. After completing undergraduate studies in chemistry at Maryville College, he moved to Kolkata, India, as a Fulbright-Nehru fellow to research the sources and health effects of groundwater arsenic contamination in Eastern India with the School of Environmental Studies - Jadavpur University. He then worked for Calcutta Kids, a non-governmental organization, to establish a childhood diarrhea...

Matt Robinson, MD

Infectious Disease Fellow
Baltimore, Maryland
Matt Robinson, MD
Matthew Robinson, MD, is a clinical fellow in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research interests include evaluating the etiology of febrile illness in resource limited settings using conventional and novel diagnostic techniques. Matt is working with Dr. Gupta and Dr. Mave to assess the etiology of febrile illness in patients presenting to a hospital in Pune, India. After completing his undergraduate and medical training at Northwestern University, he completed internal medicine residency at New York University. During...

Josh Singer

Baltimore, Maryland
Josh Singer is an undergraduate at the University of Maryland School of Public Health. He is working with Dr. Kathleen Page.

Matt Thim

Baltimore, Maryland
Medical Student

Kristin Thomas

Baltimore, Maryland
Kristin Thomas
Kristin Thomas is a MSPH candidate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health studying social and behavioral interventions in international health. She specializes in mHealth, qualitative research methods, and health communications. Ms. Thomas joined Dr. Larry Chang’s mLAKE study in Spring 2015 and traveled to Rakai District, Uganda during the summer to join the team at the Rakai Health Sciences Program (RHSP). RHSP is a leader in HIV/AIDS research in Uganda. The mLAKE study seeks to determine the feasibility, acceptability, and impact of an mHealth-...