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About Benjamin Gee

Hello! Thank you for your interest in my work and visiting my web page. I am a global health research fellow with an interest in improving clinical outcomes for patients with chronic diseases by targeting illness management. Most recently, my work has consisted of develoing clinical interventions that leverage open-source, web-based technology and elements of social media to improve patient education. The purpose of our work is aimed at improving the standards of care for diabetics living in Albania and Kosovo.

I have earned a double degree in Biology (B.S) and Anthropology (B.A) from Tufts University in 2012. After my graduation, I was awarded a one year Post-Baccalaureate Research Fellowship with the International Virtual e-Hospital Foundation (IVeH) to develop and implement novel research strategies in the Balkans. My work was presented at the International Congress of Biomedical Sciences in May 2013 and the American . My primary skill sets include open-source data science tools, quantitative and qualitative research methods, scientific writing, data management, and clinical trial protocol.

In my free time, I like playing basketball, developing websites, and enjoying the company of my West Highland Terrier, Biscuit.

Specific information about my projects can be found on the research page. Please feel free to contact me — I am always interested in exchanging ideas and discussing similar research interests!