Ms. Hanlen-Rosado is a Clinical Research Coordinator in the Department of Population Health Sciences. She currently works on a variety of projects around social determinants of health which include a study related to the liver listing transplant process, HIV vaccine clinical trials with cis and transgender adolescentsl, as well as quality of life for people living with psoriasis and osteoporosis and talking to parents and caregivers of children with medical complexities. Previous to her position at Duke, she worked at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Population Health Science and Policy on projects concerning social determinants of health, mHealth, and diabetes prevention. She also served as a lead education consultant for Connected Health Solutions, Inc., a company that works with adolescents and service providers to develop social marketing campaigns around sexual and reproductive health issues using new media and behavioral science. She also spent a number of years as a middle school teacher in East Harlem, NYC.
Ms. Hanlen-Rosado received her MPH from New York University focusing in global health leadership and her M.Ed. from Lehman College with a focus in classroom teaching.