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Chloe Vercruysse is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Public Health Sciences at UNC Charlotte. She holds a Bachelor of International Business Administration degree from Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale in France and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Institut Supérieur de Commerce International de Dunkerque in France. Her doctoral journey at Charlotte provided her the opportunity to work on a variety of multidisciplinary collaborative research projects involving scholars across campus with backgrounds in public health, social work, nursing, health psychology, economics, political science and public administration.
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