Identifying Community and Individual HIV-related Risks Factors among Adolescents and Young Adults
Joshua Bundy began his Master of Public Health in Epidemiology at Indiana University’s School of Public Health – Bloomington in Fall 2016. He obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Philosophy of Science from The University of Akron in 2014. He continued his undergraduate thesis research in orthopedic tissue-engineering for two additional years at UA as a research assistant in the lab of William J. Landis. His interests in Public Health and specifically Adolescent Health, began while working for Upward Bound, a TRiO federal grant program at UA. While there, he recognized health disparities that affected many of his student’s enrollment and retention in post-secondary education. Joshua became a TREMS intern to expand his methodological skills and gain more hands-on research experience outside of a basic science laboratory by delving into the social sciences. His career goal is in academic medicine in which he can combine his love of research and passion for clinical work by “bridging the gap between science and service”. He is originally from Cleveland, OH. In his spare time, he enjoys lifting, hiking, grilling, and gardening.