“This is a fascinating time to be working in injury prevention research. I feel fortunate to contribute to the body of research that provides insight for our U.S. and international programs.”
Rennie’s passion for injury prevention research began when she worked at the National Capital Poison Center as program associate and educator. She acquired new skills in her master’s program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which allowed her to study trends in childhood injury risk areas. In her work at Safe Kids, Rennie explores emerging trends in the field and collaborates with injury prevention leaders to reduce childhood injury.