Natalie Bartnik, M.P.H.
Natalie Bartnik is a recent graduate of U-M School of Public Health. She earned her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in May of 2013 from the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education (HBHE). During her master’s program, Natalie studied the social and behavioral factors associated with health status and behavior in order to develop programs to promote health, prevent disease, and manage chronic illness within populations. In addition, she completed the Certificate Program in Public Health Genetics because of her fascination with the field of genetics. Before completing her master's degree, Natalie received a bachelor’s degree in biology from Loyola University of Chicago with a minor in bioethics. Her areas of interest include clinical research, ethics, genetic testing, and cancer genomics. As a research assistant for the HBHE Genetics Research Group, she is involved with several projects and currently is an active recruiter for the Risk Evaluation & Education for Alzheimer’s Disease (REVEAL) Study.