Elizabeth S. Rose, EdD, MEd, MPH
Dr. Rose is a Co-director for the Global Health track in the Master of Public Health Program and an Assistant in Pediatrics in the Department of Pediatrics. Her professional passion lies at the intersection of education and health in helping others enhance their skill sets to lead their communities to improved health outcomes. Dr. Rose’s primary research focuses on capacity strengthening programs as well as research colonialism among academic biomedical researchers located in low- and middle-income countries. Working with colleagues in Africa and at the Vanderbilt Institute for Global Health, she designs evidence-based training programs in mentorship and curriculum development for medical school faculty. At Vanderbilt, Dr. Rose leads global health clinical rotation and research immersion courses for medical and public health students, and she recently helped start a global health program for residents across specialties.