Karimata Bah received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Temple University in 2013 and joined the Mailman community at the Department of Sociomedical Sciences in 2015. She has been working as the Research Assistant for IPHAN since January 2018 and she is primarily responsible for the project’s data management, analysis, and programming. Karimata has a range of experience working on public health research and translating interdisciplinary scientific knowledge into policy-focus practices and interventions. She is motivated within her role as research assistant in addressing mass incarceration in the United States through a public health lens.
Narine Malcolm, M.Ed., Administrative Coordinator
Ms. Malcolm joined the Mailman School of Public Health 20 years ago. She is responsible for the fiscal monitoring of the IPHAN project in addition to assisting the PI and the IPHAN team in developing projects and programs to further the IPHAN mission. Ms. Malcolm has worked on numerous projects while at Mailman including the Community Health Advisory Information Network (C.H.A.I.N.), the Harlem Health Promotion Center (HHPC), Project STAY (Services to Assist Youth) and The SPHERE Labs (Society, Psychology, and Health Research).