Lynsie Ranker, MPH is an Epidemiologist II at the Institute for Community Health. At ICH, Lynsie supports clients with a variety of study design and analytic needs related to community assessment, program development, and program evaluation. Her background is in social and behavioral health and her research interests include mixed methods research and novel methods in program evaluation. Prior to ICH, Lynsie worked in healthcare consulting.
Lynsie received her Master’s in Public Health from Boston University and her Bachelors of Science in Biology from Boston College. She is currently completing her doctorate in Epidemiology at Boston University. Her dissertation focuses on the role of policy and the lived environment on substance use and related behaviors. When not working on her dissertation, Lynsie enjoys reading, playing board games, and going for weekend hikes outside the city with her husband James.