Jesse Boggis

Jesse Boggis, Research Associate/Project Manager

Jesse Boggis is a Project Manager and Research Associate at the Institute for Behavioral Health, Heller School at Brandeis University. She earned a Master of Public Health with certificates in Community Health Sciences and Mental Health & Substance Use from Boston University School of Public Health. Prior to joining Heller, Ms. Boggis was awarded an internship at Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) where she performed trend analyses using National Survey on Drug Use and Health data. 

In her current role, she primarily manages a NIH-funded four-state clinical trial aimed to enhance access to naloxone, syringes, and buprenorphine and a supplemental Bayesian modeling study aimed to capture how much naloxone is needed to prevent overdose in the United States for OPRC Director and PI, Traci Green. She is interested in community-based intervention design to increase healthcare equity and quality of life for young people who use drugs. In her spare time, she develops COVID-19 public health messaging for the Massachusetts COVID-19 Academic Public Health Volunteer Corps.