Jorge Ramallo Pardo
ARCH Role: Research Assistant, Test and Tweet: Change Through Social Technologies
Jorge is a former student, pursing his Doctorate in Medicine as well as Master’s in Public Health in Health Policy at Yale University. He joined ARCH in 2012 and worked on the “Test and Tweet” MSM project. His interests include underrepresented minorities in medicine, health disparities, social technologies, and LGBTQ health issues.
Prior to his studies at Yale, Jorge worked for the Arlington Free Clinic non-profit organization in the Washington DC area as a clinic coordinator. He earned a Bachelors of Science in Public Health from The George Washington University in 2008. He has also worked on projects related to Community-Health workers in the U.S.-Mexico Border through the University of Arizona.