M.A. in Anthropology, Colorado State University
Dr. Mica Glantz
Currently, I am studying Epidemiology and Behavioral Science at Saint Louis University. I am interested in the ways that peoples’ behaviors impact their disease outcomes, particularly with different kinds of cancer. Additionally, I am interested in how the field of public health can integrate advances in genetics and epigenetics into disease prevention interventions.
Note to Current Students
Colorado State University was such a great experience for me! I developed a wide range of skills that have helped me in the workforce as well as academically. Choosing to return to graduate school and pursue a different field (Public Health), I feel like I bring a very different perspective and skill set than do most of the students. I enjoyed not only the classes that I took in the Department of Anthropology, but also the opportunity to teach the Human Origins and Variations Laboratory (ANTH 121) as well as collaborating with both the faculty and my peers on research.