Brittney Sullivan, PhD, MS, CPNP, a graduate team member of the GANDHI-Child and Adolescent team, will complete a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School in the Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, working closely with the Infectious Disease and Social Change Program under the mentorship of Mercedes Becerra, ScD. The focus of the post-doctoral fellowship is to gain additional skills in pediatric drug-resistant tuberculosis research.
Dr. Sullivan was one of two individuals to receive the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholars (FNS) post-doctoral award for $50,000 over two years of a fellowship position. This award will help fund Dr. Sullivan’s post-doctoral training and research. Dr. Sullivan was eligible for this award as was one of 16 individuals in the first FNS cohort to complete her PhD within three years. Dr. Sullivan will graduate with her PhD in Nursing and a doctoral certificate in Global Health this May from the Duke University School of Nursing.
Congratulations, Dr. Sullivan!