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Geremy Lowe

Graduate Student

Geremy Lowe

Graduate Student

  • Master of Public Health, Population and Health Sciences : University of Michigan
  • B.A. in Ethnic Studies : University of California, Berkeley
  • A.A. in Liberal Arts : Berkeley City College
  • A.A. in Journalism : Laney College

History of Health Sciences Graduate Student

I am a Ph.D. student at the University of California, San Francisco, in the History of Health Sciences Program. I work as a population health analyst with expertise in spatial epidemiology, analyzing the spatial relationship between diseases and disorders among populations that are marginalized. In my spare time, I love taking extensive walks around the Lake (aka Lake Merritt), enjoying nature, getting some daily cardio, and I enjoy good, new food spots!

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Current Work

My research interests include (1) analyzing high-risk factors, substance use, and other psychological disorders among populations marginalized, (2) understanding the criminalization of diseases and disorders, and (3) historicizing the US national security policies on public health interventions. My interests intersect with major disciplines: (1) psychology, (2) history of health sciences, (3) public health, and (4) public policy.

I am currently working in the C.R.E.A.M. Lab as a Laboratory Assistant. My current project is the Black EEG Study, with a focus on diversifying the participant pool in clinical psychological studies and to improve the ways in which EEG data are collected on Black participants.

Academic Work


Academy Health Conference 2023 (Accepted; Not Attended)
“CDC Reports and Publications in the AJPH on Transgender Population Health, 1995 -2001” (Summer 2023)

American Association for History of Medicine Conference 2023 (Accepted; Not Attended)
“The United States Public Health Response to AIDS and the Aftermath in California, 1986-1988” (Spring 2023)

Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Regional Conference
“Black Ice: Cold War Brazil, Black Consciousness, and o Movimento Negro Unificado” (Fall 2020)
“Black Nationalism in Rio: Literature and Brazil’s Movimento Negro Uificado (MNU)” (Fall 2019)

Howard University MMUF Digital Humanities Program
“Violence against LGBTQ+ Afro-Brazilians as a Public Health Crisis in Brazil” (Summer 2020)

University of California Global Health Institute (UCGHI)
“Global Health Violence Poem” (Spring 2021)
“COVID-19 in the Anthropocene: the impact of urbanization on emerging infectious diseases” (et al.) (Spring 2020)