Kathryn Falb, ScD is a Senior Researcher with the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian aid organization. She currently leads the IRC’s research portfolio on what works to best prevent and respond to violence against women, adolescent girls, and children in humanitarian settings.
Her career in the humanitarian field began over thirteen years ago when she served as a health education coordinator along the Thai-Burma border after receiving an MHS from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Since that time, she has led research efforts in a diverse range of humanitarian settings, including Raqqa Governorate, Syria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Pakistan, and rural Côte d’Ivoire.
Dr. Falb is trained as a social epidemiologist and holds a ScD from the Harvard School of Public Health and completed post-doctoral training at the Yale School of Public Health.
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