Ariela Braverman Bronstein, MD, MPH, PhD

Epidemiologist III


Ariela Braverman Bronstein (she/her/hers) is an Epidemiologist III at the Institute for Community Health. At ICH, Ariela manages evaluation projects related to child mental health, services provided for people living with disabilities, and health equity, as well as research projects using quantitative methods. Prior to her work at ICH, Ariela was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Drexel University where she worked in the Urban Health in Latin America project focusing on maternal and child urban health in Latin American cities.

She received an MD from the Anahuac University in Mexico City where she also completed her residency in pediatrics at the Spanish Hospital. She completed her MPH with a focus on epidemiology and maternal and child health at Boston University and her PhD in Epidemiology at Drexel University. She was born in Mexico and in addition to Spanish and English, she also speaks French. In her free time, she enjoys hiking and walking around the city finding good coffee shops.