Alison Oberne came to USF in 2007 to pursue a Masters in Public Health after completing a Masters in General Psychology at the University of North Florida. It was while studying psychology and health that she became interested in Public Health Education. While taking courses at USF she worked as a graduate research assistant, taught Sex, Health, and Decision-Making as an adjunct instructor, and taught various psychology courses at Hillsborough Community College.
Upon graduation, Alison researched medication adherence and understanding at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Alison is excited to be back at USF working as a faculty instructor for the undergraduate program in public health. She loves being in the classroom and interacting with students. In her spare time, Alison likes to travel, read, watch movies, and spend time with her family, friends, and dog.