Katherine Cambareri, who earned an MPH from Jefferson in 2019, works as a clinical research coordinator at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. She is also a serious photographer and deeply interested in exploring the synergies between public health and art.
In 2016, Cambareri created a photographic exhibition by documenting the clothes worn by survivors of sexual violence when they were assaulted. The exhibit’s photographs—individually straightforward, collectively powerful—were created with the intention of increasing understanding of sexual assault and challenging false assumptions of those who blame the victim. The exhibition titled “Well, What Were You Wearing?” has been presented across the country and featured by numerous media outlets, including Huffington Post, Self and Time.
"Does Art Reduce Bias Among Healthcare Providers?,"
Thomas Jefferson University Research Magazine: Vol. 2:
1, Article 32.
Available at: https://jdc.jefferson.edu/researchmagazine/vol2/iss1/32