Faculty & Staff at TUC
Department: Public Health Program
Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: (707) 638 5833
Fax: (707) 638-5871
Office: Wilderman Hall, Rm. 405
Carinne (Meyer) Brody, MPH, MA, DrPH
Carinne Brody is assistant professor and chair of the global health track. Her most recent research endeavors examine the barriers to accesssing reproductive health in low-resource countries and evaluate the impact of reproductive health vouchers.
Prior to her doctorate, Carinne spent over two years as a research analyst for the
Safe Motherhood Program at UC San Francisco working on the Non-pneumatic Anti-
shock Garment Study, which was evaluating the effectiveness of a first-aid device for
managing post-partum hemorrhage during obstetric emergencies.
Carinne did a joint Masters in Public Health and Economic Development at Columbia
University in New York. She 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.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, BERKELEY, Berkeley, CA
Doctor of Public Health (Dissertation: The impact of voucher programs on maternal health services in Uganda and Cambodia)
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, New York, NY
Master of Public Health (Concentration: Forced Migration and Reproductive Health)
Master of International Affairs (Concentration: Economic Development)
SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL TRAINING, Antananarivo, Madagascar
Completed a semester of language and culture study, Spring 2002
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA, Santa Barbara, CA
Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies, Graduated with Honors, May 2003
Brody C, Freccero J, Brindis CB and Bellows B. "Redeeming qualities: exploring factors that affect women's use of reproductive health vouchers in Cambodia" BMC International Health and Human Rights 2013,13:13.
Brody C, Bellow N, Campbell M, Potts M. "The impact of vouchers on the use and quality of health care in developing countries: A systematic review," Global Public Health, 22 Jan 2013.
Meyer C, Bellows N, Campbell M, Potts M. “The Impact of Vouchers on the Use and Quality of Health Goods and Services in Developing Countries.” (2011) London: EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London.
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