Brady Bennett is a second year PhD student in Epidemiology at Emory University. His research focuses on the intersection of infectious disease and social epidemology. He is interested in studying how socio-demographic and socio-political experiences (e.g. race, housing, income, violence/conflict, stigma etc.) impact the uptake of and need for Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), adherence to antiretroviral medications, and HIV related health outcomes.
Prior to joining the Department of Epidemiology, Brady worked as a Senior Medical Economics Manager at ChenMed, a value-based care organizaion, leading a team of analysts to better understand opportunities for cost-savings and improving patient outcomes. He also worked as the Manager of Community Health, Data, and Engagement at the Health Council of South Florida where he served on the local Miami-Dade County and statewide Ryan White Advisory Boards.
Areas of Interest
- Global Health
- Health Disparities
- HIV/AIDS Prevention
- Infectious Disease
- Social Determinants of Health
- Bachelor of Science (BA) 2010, Berry College
- Master of Public Health (MPH) 2015, Brown University
Affiliations & Activities
Emory University Outbreak Response Team
Society for Epidemologic Research, Member