Anne Bunde-Birouste (MPH ’86) is the subject of a film that received the Australian National Human Rights Award. The documentary, Football United: Passport to Hope, tells the story of Bunde-Birouste’s passionate work to form a team of Australian refugees from Africa and the Middle East to represent Australia at the World Cup in South Africa. Bunde-Birouste is a senior lecturer at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine of the University of New South Wales in Sydney.
Ilina Chaudhuri (MPH ’09) is analyzing Medicare Part D issues at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Baltimore, Maryland. Among the issues she studies are subsidies for low-income beneficiaries and closing the Medicare “doughnut hole” coverage gap. Chaudhuri is a graduate of the U’s joint degree program in law and health policy.
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