Thomas Andriotti, MD, MPH

Thomas Andriotti, MD, MPH

Mentor: Molly Jarman, PhD, MPH

Tomas Andriotti, MD, MPH is a physician, specialized in Obstetrics and Gynecology, who has been working as a post-doc research fellow at CSPH at the Brigham and Women’s hospital, and as a Teaching Assistant for the Principles and Practice in Clinical research (PPCR) course at Harvard Chan School of Public Health. Dr. Andriotti got a Medical degree (MD) at the School of Medicine of Rio Preto in Brazil and a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at Harvard Chan School, with a concentration in clinical effectiveness. Also, he has worked with projects in Women’s Health, mainly related to postpartum depression, and antidepressant use and risk of suicide. Presently, Dr. Andriotti is working with the EPIC project/Tricare database for the surgery and women’s health cores, with a focus on Health Services research, surgical outcomes, and women’s health. He pursues a career as a researcher and educator, generating and disseminating data, and advocating for surgery and public health. In his free hours, he likes to meet with his friends, biking and working out.