Marybec Griffin, PhD, MPH, MA
Assistant Professor at the Rutgers School of Public Health
Marybec Griffin, PhD, MPH, MA, is an Assistant Professor at the Rutgers School of Public Health. Since joining Rutgers University in September of 2019, she has been asked to coordinate the School of Public Health’s Interprofessional Education program. Prior to this, Dr. Griffin worked at the New York State Department of Health where she managed programs that fostered collaboration between physicians, professional organizations, community members, and governmental officials to design interventions to improve access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services.
Dr. Griffin earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science and international studies from the University of St. Thomas (Houston), her MA in international affairs from the New School, and her MPH and PhD from New York University. She is an active member of the Activist Council for Planned Parenthood of Greater New York and serves on the editorial board for two interdisciplinary health journals, Medicine Access @ Point of Care and Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health.
In 2020, Dr. Griffin was a co-PI for a Rutgers University Innovations in Education and Teaching Pilot Grant to help develop an innovative interprofessional education curricula focusing on the ethics of COVID-19 contact tracing. She has published and presented her work nationally and internationally and is a member of multiple professional societies.