Brittany Haltzman, MS, MPH
Brittany Haltzman, MS, MPH, CCRC, is a Research Associate working with the Pediatric Infectious Disease Epidemiology & Antimicrobial Stewardship (IDEAS) research group at the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness (CPCE) at CHOP. She works on several projects, including the SCOUT and SCOUT-CAP studies and the Zosyn study.
Brittany received her MPH in population health from Thomas Jefferson University and certification in Clinical Research Coordination in 2016. In 2014, Brittany received an MS in Health Psychology from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia and in 2011, a BA in Psychology from Cedar Crest College. Brittany’s background is in both pharmaceutical and behavioral research. Most recently, she held the position of Clinical Trials Coordinator at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital’s Department of Family & Community Medicine where she specialized in industry sponsored vaccine and drug research across the age spectrum.
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