Sophie Godley

Boston University School of Public Health

Sophie Godley joined the Boston University School of Public Health faculty as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Public Health in July of 2010. She teaches Introduction to Public Health for undergraduates, and courses in the Maternal and Child Health concentration, including Safer Sex in the City, From Science to Policy, and Women Children and Adolescents Public Health Approaches. Sophie also serves as Director of Undergraduate Education in the School of Public Health.

Sophie has been working in the field of public health since 1993, and her areas of expertise include implementing science-based prevention programs and incorporating popular media into public health education. She received her B.A. from Smith College and her Master’s degree in public health from the University of Washington. Sophie lives north of Boston with her partner, Kristen, and their eight-year old son, Leo.


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