Bri Matusovsky will be a graduate student at the UC San Francisco - UC Berkeley joint PhD program in Medical Anthropology starting in Fall 2020.
Bri graduated from Yale College in May 2019, with a BS in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and an interdisciplinary certificate in Global Health studies. In their free-time, Bri writes poetry, and organizes grassroots activism with the New Haven Rising movement. After graduating college, Bri worked as a Rater Training Coordinator at Cogstate in New Haven, CT. During college Bri spent the summers abroad - after their junior year, they conducted research in Bucharest, Romania on intersectional stigmatized identities including gender and sexual orientation with a focus on women's and other gender minorities's mental health outcomes, in collaboration with a number of non-governmental organizations in the area.
High school: Santa Monica High School
Yale CollegeNew Haven, CT
|2019||B.S. Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|
Yale UniversityNew Haven, CT
|2020||M.P.H. Public Health|