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Health Communication Graduate Student Ambassador

Have questions about the graduate program in Health Communication? Ask our graduate student ambassador.

Lindsey Roden

Student Ambassador Lindsey Roden

Lindsey is a second year Health Communication student and Chicagoland native. Prior to her enrollment in the Health Comm program she obtained her Master of Public Health (MPH) from DePaul University where she completed her master thesis on HIV and injection drug use while at the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH).

Since graduating in 2016, Lindsey has expounded upon her career in the healthcare industry starting anew in medical education. Previously, she worked/interned for the CDC on the Influenza Care Unit, the Beating Breast Cancer Campaign through UIC Public Health Program, Optimum RX now formerly known as Catamaran, and the Greater Humboldt Park Diabetes Empowerment Center. Currently, Lindsey works full time at the American College of Osteopathic Emergency Physicians (ACOEP).

Lindsey returned to DePaul to expand her knowledge base and expertise to bridge the communication gaps between medical systems, professionals, and their patients. Upon graduating with her Master of Arts in health communication, Lindsey hopes to better facilitate health equity among patients in the health system by working closely with providers to fill gaps.

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