Senior Social Science Analyst
Health Resources and Services Administration/ Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Office of Epidemiology and Research
Lydie Lebrun-Harris is a senior social scientist in the Maternal and Child Health Bureau’s Office of Epidemiology and Research. She began her public health career in the field of population and family health, with a focus on early childhood development. She is currently part of the team that oversees the production of the annual National Survey of Children’s Health. Her recent research projects include studies on: receipt of transition planning among youth with and without special health care needs, bullying victimization and perpetration and their health-related correlates, and utilization of preventive oral health care among children and adolescents. Dr. Lebrun-Harris completed her PhD in health services research and health policy from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also has an MPH degree from Columbia University.