- Doctoral Student
Brittany Zulkiewicz researches the effects of mass media and social marketing campaigns on health, health behavior, and health disparities. She also evaluates and develops culturally sensitive communication interventions.
Zulkiewicz holds an M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins University and a B.S. in neuroscience from Duke University. Prior to Annenberg, she worked as a Research Analyst at RTI International’s Center for Communication Science for seven years conducting health communication and behavior change research.
- B.S., Duke University, 2014
- M.P.H., Johns Hopkins University, 2020
“Challenges of and Solutions for Developing Tailored Video Interventions That Integrate Multiple Digital Assets to Promote Engagement and Improve Health Outcomes: Tutorial.” JMIR, 2021.
“Factors That Mattered in Helping Travelers From Countries With Ebola Outbreaks Participate in Post-Arrival Monitoring During the 2014-2016 Ebola Epidemic.” INQUIRY, 2019.
“Implementing Web-Based Interventions in HIV Primary Care Clinics: Pilot Implementation Evaluation of Positive Health Check.” JMIR, 2019.
Undergraduates Compete to Help Their Classmates Fall Asleep
For their Public Health Communication class, students pitch ideas in a friendly “Shark Tank”-style to promote healthy sleep habits on campus.