P3RC Research Assistant Wins Best Poster in the Master’s Scholarly Public Health Practice Category at SPH Research and Scholarship Day
Mary Cleary's winning poster focuses on the Healthy CPS Network Initiative
Mary Cleary, a research assistant for the P3RC Core Research project, won best poster in the Master’s Scholarly Public Health Practice Competition at the first virtual School of Public Health Research and Scholarship Day. Cleary's poster focuses on the creation of a toolkit and Network Specialist position in Chicago Public Schools. The Network Specialist and toolkit are core components of the Healthy CPS Network Initiative.
As the P3RC core research project progresses in the coming years, I am excited to see how these formative steps provide a foundation for the toolkit and specialist to influence the health and wellness outcomes in Chicago Public Schools.P3RC Core Research Project Research Assistant|
Cleary is a 1st year MPH student in the Division of Health Policy and Administration. Her policy interests include health equity, access to care, and behavioral health decision-making, specifically related to nutrition, physical activity, and healthcare utilization. This summer, she will be completing her Applied Practice Experience at the Illinois Public Health Institute and interning with the Health & Medicine Policy Research Group. Cleary graduated from Marquette University with a degree in Exercise Physiology and spent a gap year working in clinical research evaluating the physiology of aging.
View Cleary’s poster as well as all other entries in the 15th Annual SPH Research and Scholarship Day Showcase.