Current Fellows

Alyzza Hudson

Current Fellow

Alyzza Hudson is the Community Health Data Research Scientist at the Center for Population Health and Health Equity. In this role she supports the research agenda designed to effectively measure, guide improvements, and implement optimal strategies to advance population health outcomes in the service areas of our clinical affiliates. She works with faculty, clinicians, and community partners to analyze data, provide technical assistance, and develop insights and recommendations to inform decision-making pertaining to priority community health outcomes, such as violence prevention, and health equity.

The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Center for Population Health Sciences and Health Equity (CPHSHE) was founded in 2022 as an academic center for applied population health research to address health inequities. The CPHSHE provides strategic direction and support for the education, research and clinical programs throughout the GW academic medical enterprise and affiliated clinical sites — GW SMHS, GW Medical Faculty Associates, GW Hospital, and Cedar Hill Regional Medical Center-GW Health — to advance the enterprise-wide goal to improve population health, with a focus on health equity and the elimination of health disparities. One of the six focus areas for the center's work in Population and Community Health is violence prevention. The District of Columbia’s Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program provides services to individuals, and their families, who have experienced a life-threatening intentional injury.

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