Brittney Sanderson serves as the Research and Policy Analyst for the South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health. Ms. Sanderson provides support in authoring policy briefs and reports, performing research and data translation. Ms. Sanderson brings with her over three years of experience as a researcher focusing on a variety of health topics ranging from clinical simulation to population health.
Ms. Sanderson has been involved in numerous research projects surrounding population health, behavioral health, clinical education and early childhood education. She brings with her ample experience in qualitative research, data visualization and a passion for advancing public health across the South. She has had the pleasure of working on projects for organizations including the United Way of Tarrant County, Mental Health America of Greater Dallas, the Center for Transforming Lives, Texas’ Early Learning Alliance and the Carolina’s Simulation Center at Atrium Health. She brings with her ample experience in qualitative research, data visualization and a passion for advancing public health across the South.
Ms. Sanderson received her Bachelor of Science in Anthropology from Appalachian State University, her Master of Science in Anthropology from the University of North Texas and her Master of Public Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth.