Tyler Frank

Doctoral Research Assistant

Tyler Frank (he/him) is a Doctoral Research Assistant at the Social Policy Institute and a second-year Ph.D. student in the Public Health Sciences program at the Brown School. Prior to starting the doctoral program, he earned a Master of Science in Applied Health Behavior Research from the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis while working as a Clinical Research Coordinator and Lab Manager in the Department of Neurosurgery. His research focuses on the intersection of mental health service delivery, poverty, epidemiology, and implementation science.

At the SPI, he works on projects involving food security, COVID-19, and household financial security. He is a professionally certified group fitness instructor and teaches Step virtually and at Sumers Rec Center, and he is a CycleStar at CycleBar314. He enjoys training for triathlons, shuffling, and traveling around the world to electronic music events.

Contact me at tylerfrank@wustl.edu.