Announcing the 2021 Emerging Scholars in Family Planning grantees

The Society of Family Planning Research Fund is excited to announce the 2021 Emerging Scholars in Family Planning grantees. The aim of this award is to cultivate the next generation of scholars by supporting their work and welcoming them into the family planning research community.

Please visit the links below to learn more about the exciting projects led by this cohort of Emerging Scholars.

Andréa Becker, MA
The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Marlene Joannie Bewa, MD, MPH
University of South Florida

Alice Cartwright, MPH
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Katie Donnelly, BA
Princeton University

Rachel Dyer, MA
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Rose Goueth, MS
Oregon Health & Science University

Mobolaji Ibitoye, DrPH, MPH
The Ohio State University

Dana Johnson, MPAff
University of Texas at Austin

Angubeen Khan, MPH
University of California, Los Angeles

Connie Lu, MD
Northwestern University

Laurenia Mangum, MSW
University of Pittsburgh

Maya Manian, JD
University of California,
San Francisco

Rachel Shin, MD, MPH
Cleveland Clinic Foundation

Izidora Skračić, MA
University of Maryland

Natalie Stokes, MD, MPhil
University of Pittsburgh

Kristen Surles, MPH
East Tennessee State University

Ortal Wasser, MSW
New York University

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