Jesse Boggis, MPH is a PhD student and T-32 predoctoral fellow at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice. Jesse earned her MPH from Boston University School of Public Health with a concentration in community health sciences. Most recently before joining Dartmouth, she managed a NIH-funded multi-site randomized clinical trial aimed to enhance pharmacy access to naloxone, syringes, and buprenorphine as well as a Bayesian modeling study estimating naloxone need in the United States, recently published in the Lancet Public Health.
At Dartmouth, she is mentored by Dr. Lisa Marsch and contributes towards the National Drug Abuse Treatment Clinical Trials Network. Jesse’s career objective is to work towards reducing the health disparities gap for people who use drugs. Her research will examine overdose risk and access to medications for opioid use disorder for people who use opioids and other drugs utilizing community-based participatory approaches to mixed methods research design.
Ms. Boggis is a 2022 AcademyHealth Diversity Scholar.