Ms. Joyonna Gamble-George is one of two alumna from the University of South Florida College of Public Health chosen to attend the sixty-fourth Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany. Only 19 scholars from the United States were invited. A doctoral student in neuroscience at Vanderbilt University, Ms. Gamble-George joins 600 of the most qualified young researchers from around the world selected to represent their countries at the meeting on June 29-July 4.
“USF College of Public Health gave my career aspirations direction and perspective,” she said. “It enabled me to see how I can connect research in the biomedical sciences to addressing mental health issues through policy and public health program development and implementation. Thus, my time at USF COPH was memorable, worthwhile, and life-changing. It made my dream career choice more practical, achievable, and translational to real-life health issues.”
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