Marci Berger

Marci Berger


Assistant Teaching Professor
B.A., Cornell University; MA in Political Science, Rutgers University/Eagleton Institute; MPH, UMDNJ/RWJ Medical School; PhD, Rutgers University/Bloustein School
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Research Interests
  • Health Policy
  • Public Policy
  • Reproductive Rights


Dr. Berger is an Instructor at the Bloustein School at Rutgers University.   Her professional interests include health policy, public policy and reproductive health.  She has taught classes on broad array of topics including Poverty in the U.S., Family, Gender and Public Policy, Women and Health, Principles of Public Health, Health Policy, Principles of Public Policy and Sexual and Reproductive Health Policy.

Dr. Berger holds a PhD, MPH and an MA from Rutgers University as well as a BA from Cornell University.

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  • Principles of Public Policy
  • Poverty in the United States
  • Gender, Family, Public Policy
  • Health and Public Policy

Areas of Expertise:   Gender and Family PolicySocial Policy/Inequality and Disparities