Chase Bryer

Graduate Research Assistant

Chase is a Graduate Research Assistant for CPHSS. He assists with the writing, design, and production of Center communications and contributes to various Center projects including the Best Practices User Guides, a set of publications designed to help states implement effective tobacco control programs. Chase is an MSW candidate and Buder Scholar at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis pursuing a concentration in American Indian/Alaska Native studies. His interests include social and cultural determinants of health as well as culturally responsive care for Native, LGBTQIA, and Two-Spirit communities. 

Education: 

  • BA, Human Rights and Media, University of Oklahoma, 2019
  • MSW, Washington University in St. Louis, expected 2021