Mr. Brannan completed the Bioscience and Health Policy program in December 2018. During his time at Rice University, he accepted an internship at Baylor College of Medicine’s Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy. At the end of his internship, he was offered a full-time job at Baylor College of Medicine as a research coordinator. While at Baylor, he published original research on mental health policy in the American Journal of Medical Genetics and Genetics in Medicine. After graduation, he accepted a position as a Project Manager at Adaptive Testing Technologies, a paradigm changing Chicago-based behavioral health software organization dedicated to sophisticated measuring of mental health conditions. In addition, he is a Data Analyst at the University of Chicago, where he supports the Center for Health Statistics. Finally, he spends a portion of his time as a Healthcare Analyst for Ripple Effect, a management consulting firm.