Sarah B. GarrettSarah B. Garrett, PhD

Sarah B. Garrett, PhD, is a medical and cultural sociologist who studies how individuals navigate health challenges and healthcare institutions. She received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley. Her past work has spanned diverse clinical conditions (e.g., pregnancy, advanced cancer, dementia, chronic pain) and has included methodological work to improve the conduct and communication of qualitative research. As a Fellow, Sarah will focus on the implementation and effects of interventions intended to reduce maternal mortality in the U.S., particularly among communities disproportionately affected by it.





Na’amah Razon MD, PhDNa’amah Razon MD, PhD

Dr. Na’amah Razon is a medical anthropologist and family physician who studies the impact of health policy into clinical practice with the goal of improving health equity. She received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and San Francisco and her medical training at UCSF in Family and Community Medicine. Her work has focused on the implementation of national health care in Israel and its intersection with minority communities. Her current work focuses on the ethics of integrating social determinants of health in clinical practice. Her clinical work focuses on reproductive and immigrant health.