Megan Reed, MPH

Lecturer
Teaching Fellow

Megan Reed

Contact

901 Walnut Street
10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Megan.Reed@jefferson.edu

215-503-0174
215-923-7583 fax

Megan Reed, MPH

Lecturer
Teaching Fellow

Research & Practice Interests

Harm Reduction
Hyperincarceration
Program Evaluation
Community Based Participatory Research
Polydrug Use
Overdose Prevention

Education

MPH, CUNY School of Public Health

Publications

UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS

Lecturer, Jefferson College of Population Health

TEACHING

Foundations of Public Health

BIOGRAPHY

Megan Reed is a harm reduction researcher interested in designing and evaluating structural interventions in partnership with people who use drugs. Her areas of research are overdose prevention, structural barriers to engaging in risk reduction strategies, community-based participatory research, and hyperincarceration. She received an MPH from the CUNY School of Public Health in 2012 in Community Health Education. Her work with incarcerated people living with HIV has been funded by the NIH. Previously, she worked as a housing organizer in New York City, researched violence against LGBTQI communities, and helped develop harm reduction initiatives for peer-delivered syringe exchange and syringe disposal kiosks. She is a PhD candidate at Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health.