Public Health Alumni News and Updates

Catch up on the latest news and updates from public health alumni! And share your news or update with fellow alumni, students, faculty and others at the College of Public Health and Ohio State if you have recently changed jobs, earned a promotion, made a difference in your community or work, gotten married, received an award, had a child, etc.

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Abe Brown, III, MHA '01

Abe was promoted to Director, Division of Partnership Investments and Agreements, Office of Regulatory Affairs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2018. He was also elected as Vice President of the Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association in early 2019.

Jessica Miller, MHA '18

Jessica received a promotion to Manager of Clinical Operations, Ambulatory Services at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, TX, beginning April 1.

Rachel Meadows, MPH '15

Baby boy Elias Ray Meadows joined the Meadows family on 12/17/18 5:17am at 8lbs 1oz, 20.25in.

Dr. Remle Crowe, PhD '18

Remle recently started working for ESO, a leading data and software company for EMS, Fire, and Hospitals, as a Research Scientist and Performance Improvement Manager in Austin, Texas. https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20190107005147/en/ESO-Hires-Research-Scientist-Remle-Crowe-Research

Dr. Patricia Klein, MPH '04

After working for Medical Vigilance Solutions, a business unit with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, for 13 years, Patricia was promoted to Director of Pharmacovigilance and Medical Communications. In this role, she lead a team of 70 specialized nurses and pharmacists providing drug safety and medical communications services to the pharmaceutical industry. They contract with pharmaceutical companies to answer the toll free number on their product labeling, answer any medical information questions from consumers and health care professionals, and intake any adverse events to submit to regulatory agencies. The work they do helps to identify new drug safety information used to update product labels and keep the public aware and safe.