Sarah Scott got the opportunity to work in Elizabeth Miller's lab as a research assistant on Project Catalyst, a state project to promote IPV prevention and increase the health and safety of survivors of IPV and human trafficking.
What motivated you to choose BCHS?
I really admired that BCHS was involved with so many community organizations. I'm also originally from Pittsburgh, so I was really interested in learning and working in my hometown!
What is one thing you want to do in your time at Pitt Public Health?
I am excited to connect with professors and fellow students!
How do you amuse yourself outside of school?
I love being outdoors, whether that's running, hiking, or biking, and baking/cooking!
What are you passionate about?
I am passionate about women's health, specifically the intersection of IPV, mental health, and reproductive justice. And good coffee!
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