Campus Health and Wellness video-based courses address multiple topics that are important for the wellbeing of undergraduate and graduate students. These courses cover the basics of physical, mental, and sexual health, nutrition, alcohol use, and substance use.
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Meet the Authors
Adam Pallant, MD, PhD – Brown University
Dr. Pallant is the Clinical Director of Health Services at Brown University in Providence, RI. He completed his pediatric residency and chief residency at UCSF in California, and his MD and PhD in Immunology and Microbiology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Mary Enright, PhD, LP – Sebastian Family Psychology Practice
Dr. Enright is a licensed psychologist in Milwaukee, WI. Her clinical work focuses on refugees and underserved populations. She received her PhD in Rehabilitation Psychology from UW-Madison. Her background also includes 15 years of teaching at the university level and 10 years conducting applied research in education and rehabilitation.
David G. Zelaya, PhD – Brown University School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School
Dr. David G. Zelaya is an assistant professor at Brown University and a research fellow at Harvard Medical School. His expertise lies in addressing health disparities (HIV risk and hazardous alcohol use) within sexual and gender minority communities of color.
Christina Freibott, MPH – Boston University School of Public Health
Christina completed her undergraduate degree at Columbia University and her Master’s in Public Health at Thomas Jefferson University. She is a PhD candidate at Boston University School of Public Health researching adolescent and young adult opioid use, college student overdose prevention, and campus-based naloxone interventions.
Philip Chan, MD – Brown University
Philip A. Chan, MD, MS, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine and School of Public Health at Brown University and an infectious diseases physician. Dr. Chan also serves as Consultant Medical Director for the Rhode Island Department of Health Division of Preparedness, Response, Infectious Disease and EMS (PRIDEMS).
Tanya Sullivan, DNP, APRN, CNP – Brown University
Dr. Sullivan has been certified as a family nurse practitioner by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for the past 20 years and is an advanced practice nurse with prescriptive privileges. Dr. Sullivan’s clinical interest includes supporting students’ complex and diverse health and mental health concerns.
Mary M. Flynn, PhD, RN, LDN – The Miriam Hospital
Mary is a senior research scientist and associate professor of medicine at the Miriam Hospital and Brown University. She is a research RD since 1984 and has taught at Alpert Warren Medical School and Brown University undergraduate programs since 1998. Her areas of expertise are extra virgin olive oil and plant-based diets.