Posted by chads on December 13, 2007
I’d like to introduce Benjamin Crookston, who currently works as a research associate at the University of Utah in the Public Health Program. He holds degrees in public health and zoology from Brigham Young University, where he also works as part-time faculty instructing classes in research methods and international health. His research interests largely focus on child survival epidemiology in the developing world. He has carried out research in Ghana, Cambodia, India, and South Africa. Benjamin is presently completing coursework for a doctoral degree in public health at the University of Utah and anticipates graduating in the spring of 2009. He also plays one mean game of raquetball!
Ben is requiring his BYU international health class students to post on this blog next semester. We look forward to hearing what you and your students have to say, Ben. Welcome!