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Marc Trotochaud, MSPH
Analyst, Research Associate


P: 443-573-3320
mtrotoc1@jhmi.edu

Marc Trotochaud, MSPH
Marc Trotochaud, MSPH

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Professional Profile

Mr. Trotochaud is an Analyst at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and a Research Associate at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His primary training is in health communication and health education, but his interests include public health emergency preparedness, advances in biological technologies, and the impact of a changing climate on human health.

Prior to coming to the Center for Health Security, Mr. Trotochaud worked in a number of capacities at several local health departments, spent time as a health educator, and worked as a researcher. His research experience started as an undergraduate student at the College of New Jersey, conducting news media content analyses to gauge the impact of community structure on the framing of health issues. It continued as a graduate student at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where Mr. Trotochaud worked as a research assistant with the Learner Center for Health Promotion. There he assisted on a project gauging the effectiveness of a nutritional policy on childhood obesity in home care settings. In addition, Mr. Trotochaud has worked with the George Mason University’s Center for Climate Change Communication in 2 capacities: assisting on content analysis derived from nationwide survey data and participating in a summer program run in collaboration with the US National Park Service. Mr. Trotochaud joined the Center for Health Security in the fall of 2018 to fulfill the culminating field placement experience for his MSPH program.

Mr. Trotochaud has an MSPH in health education and health communication from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a BA in communication studies from the College of New Jersey.

 

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