Associate Director of the MPH, Population Medicine
I want to change the world. I will help develop the next generation of public health leaders to use data to drive action.
Gen Meredith, a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Medicine (Occupational Therapy) and the University of Massachusetts’ School of Public Health (Master of Public Health), has come to Cornell to help design and lead the Master of Public Health program. Prior to this, Gen spent eight years leading large international development projects with a focus on national public health systems development in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean, and four years doing the same with U.S. states.
Gen’s work has centered primarily on institutional capacity development and growth, specifically related to integrated disease surveillance and response systems, the routine collection and use of data, and effective public health leadership and management infrastructure to support population health access and accountability.
- Systems thinking: One Health, Planetary Health
- Community-driven approaches
- Epidemiologic disease surveillance
- Public health and impact assessment
- Data use for public health decision-making
- Evidence-based intervention
- Implementation science
- Workforce capacity building
- Public health leadership
- Equity and inclusion
New York, Northeast U.S., Canada, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, Caribbean