Collaborator Spotlight: Postdoc leverages passion for racial equity & justice to “Make the science care”

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Being a “post-doc” (a person engaged in postdoctoral research) comes with all kinds of responsibilities, transdisciplinary collaborations, and community-based time commitments on top of a mountain of research. This isn’t a bad thing. Just ask Cory Bradley, PhD, MSW, MPH, a post-doctoral research associate in WashU’s Division of Infectious Diseases and collaborator with the Center for Dissemination and Implementation (D&I) at the Institute for Public Health. At a recent Institute for Public Health gathering of faculty, staff and colleagues, Bradley’s impactful presentation on his post-doctoral work and history at WashU show that, even though his time here will soon come to a close, he hasn’t—and doesn’t plan to—slow down.