Alexandra Zanowick-Marr, MPH, graduated from the Case Western Reserve University Integrated Graduate Studies Program (’20), simultaneously earning her Bachelor of Arts in Biochemistry and Master of Public Health. During this time, she pursued independent, grant-funded research into pharmaceutical repurposing of Montelukast as a SOURCE Scholar, and partnered with the Ohio Center for Survivors of Torture to develop an expressive art therapy and digital literacy course for resettled refugees. Her interests include the provision of culturally conscientious, sustainable care to marginalized populations, and ethical humanitarian aid. Currently, she coordinates the R01 PrEP Continuum Study and Brown University AIDs Program (BRUNAP). In her free time, she enjoys photography and keeping her adopted wiener dog, Ellie, out of trouble.