My goal is to share what public health science has uncovered in a way that resonates, informs and inspires. Whether you're a parent caring for your family, a medical professional improving the health of your patient population or a policymaker drafting legislation.
Robyn Correll is a public health professional with over a decade of experience providing science-based information and educational training for medical personnel and the general public on a variety of topics, including vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases, reproductive health and cancer prevention.
Her work has appeared in prestigious publications like the Washington Post, as well as health campaigns and conferences throughout the United States. She is also the author of Texans Unite to Protect: Working Together to Eliminate Vaccine-Preventable Diseases and A Time for Action: Recommendations for Improving Texas Immunization Rates.
Robyn has a Master of Public Health degree from Tulane University and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
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