The 2×2 Project

It’s been a long while since I’ve written again, and the reasons are similar to my absence back in April—while I wasn’t writing another dissertation, my fellowship has just begun!

The 2×2 Project aims to increase discussion, debate, and understanding around current public health and epidemiological trends. Based at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia, we have a great team of writers and fellows. Come check us out! My latest post on abstinence-only education is up, along with some commentaries on the recent New York city soda ban, social networks and health, mobile apps, and climate change. We update a lot during the week, so make sure to like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter! I’ll have some pieces about the Affordable Care Act up shortly.

Happy Monday!

Author: Larkin Callaghan

I'm a born and bred San Franciscan, with previous residences, postings, and assignments in NYC, LA, and Eastern and Southern Africa. Runner, global health and international development expert, health communications and strategic partnerships professional, implementation science investigator, reproductive health advocate. Previously seen working at the UN, professor-ing at Stanford University, implementing in sub-Saharan Africa, SE Asia, and Latin America with the CDC, PEPFAR, and ICAP at Columbia, and managing research at UCSF.

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