The Migration & Health Society

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About Us

The Migration & Health Society was established by MPH students in 2021 to increase awareness of, promote advocacy towards, and engage in efforts to improve public health for displaced and other mobile populations (including refugees, IDPs, undocumented immigrants, and other migrant groups). Through knowledge sharing and outreach efforts, Society members work with other graduate students, faculty, and community members to achieve three main goals: 1) educate, advocate, and act on migrant health issues within Baltimore, nationally, and globally; 2) establish a network of community partners supporting displaced populations; 3) examine underlying factors contributing to forced migration.

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We would like to invite you all to join our mailing list to learn about and participate in our bi-weekly 'Salon' discussions, volunteer opportunities, and initiatives supporting various migration issues impacting public health locally, nationally, and globally.

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Laila Zomorodian Profile

Laila Zomorodian

Vice-President
Prachi Srivastava Profile

Prachi Srivastava

President
Pooja Akoijam Profile

Pooja Akoijam

Treasurer
Ishika Gupta Profile

Ishika Gupta

Head of Events
Ira Chaturvedi Profile

Ira Chaturvedi

Head of Communications
Lillian Hudanich Profile

Lillian Hudanich

Head of Communications

E: migrationandhealthboard@live.johnshopkins.edu
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The Migration & Health Society

3400 N. Charles St
Baltimore MD 21218
United States