Marie Brault, PhD
Research & Publications
Marie A. Brault, PhD is a medical anthropologist and Associate Research Scientist in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health. Currently, her work is focused on improving adolescent-friendly approaches to sexual and reproductive health in clinical and community settings, both in the US and internationally. Dr. Brault's research interests include gender, community-based participatory research (CBPR), health disparities, maternal, child and adolescent health, mental health, empowerment, and mixed methods research. Dr. Brault has worked in India, the United States, Kenya, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Prior to joining Yale, she completed her PhD in medical anthropology at the University of Connecticut.
Education & Training
- PhDUniversity of Connecticut, Anthropology (2015)
- BAGrinnell College, Biology/Anthropology (2009)
- MAUniversity of Connecticut, Anthropology