Faculty

Amy Behrens  Amy Behrens, MS, is a User Experience (UX) and Content Strategy Expert at the U.S. Digital Service (USDS) working to solve some of the nation’s most complex problems. At USDS, she advocates for and implements plain language, user research, and UX design in digital products across federal agencies—including the VA, IRS, and State Department. Prior to USDS, Amy was the Senior Editor at CommunicateHealth and a Consultant at John Snow, Inc. with clients ranging from the CDC to UnitedHealthcare. Throughout her career, she has focused on transforming complex health jargon into clear, usable information for the people who need it the most. Ms. Behrens earned an MS in Health Communication from Tufts University School of Medicine.

Bradley Moore Bradley Moore, MPH, has worked as a public health program manager since graduating from Tufts University. His expertise is incorporating technology into public health practice to most effectively and powerfully achieve outcomes. He currently manages the design and development of healthcare websites, applications, and data tools to help organizations identify and address unmet health needs. Recently, he has worked with non-profit agencies to ensure their healthcare tools are mobile design compatible.

Lisa Gualtieri Lisa Gualtieri, PhD, ScM, is Director of the Certificate Program in Digital Health Communication, and a United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) award winner. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine, where she teaches courses on Social Media and Health, Online Consumer Health, and Digital Strategies for Health Communication. Dr Gualtieri's research focuses on use of wearable activity trackers by older adults, minorities, and underserved populations; barriers to utilization of preventive services; and the use of social media for participant recruitment in clinical trials. In addition to her teaching and research, Dr. Gualtieri is an advisory committee member of the FDA and founded a non-profit, RecycleHealth. Dr. Gualtieri earned a PhD in computer science from Harvard University. See Dr. Gualtieri's faculty page or follow her on Twitter @lisagualtieri.

Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi Sabrina Kurtz-Rossi, MEd, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Public Health and Community Medicine where she teaches health literacy to health professionals in training and adult learning theory for public health practice. Ms. Kurtz-Rossi is also Principal of Kurtz-Rossi & Associates, a women-owned consulting group offering health, literacy, education, and evaluation services. Her consulting website is www.kurtz-rossi.com and she tweets at @kurtzrossi.