Brian Do-Golden

Brian Do-Golden, MPH, CHES

Research and Evaluation Analyst


Brian assists with coordinating and administering research projects, with a primary focus on data collection, analysis, and reporting. He plays a collaborative role in helping developing project goals, ensuring quality control, and presenting findings through visualizations such as graphs, charts, and reports. Brian also contributes to the creation and maintenance of collected data, providing technical support and enhancements for effective reporting purposes. The results of his work help to showcase the impact and outcomes of the Community Engagement team’s programs and activities.

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Professional Background

Prior to earning a Master of Public Health degree from San Jose State University, Brian received a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology with a Concentration in Health and Wellness from CSU Stanislaus. He previously worked in the public sector as a Health Education Program Manager for a high need, low resource, rural California county where he managed health education staff and activities related to epidemiology, informatics, an oral health program, the CalFresh Healthy Living program, and a mobile outreach clinic to name a few. Prior to that, Brian worked as a Coordinator of Research Training for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) where he managed and oversaw events and opportunities to support the educational and career development needs of the CHLA researcher community from high school students shadowing in research labs up to physician-scientists conducting groundbreaking research. Brian has experience and an interest in telling compelling, impactful stories with data and through methods of visualizing and presenting information.


Brian enjoys exploring new places, going on hikes with his partner and rescue pup, and cooking and eating good food.

NIH Funding Acknowledgment: Important - All publications resulting from the utilization of SC CTSI resources are required to credit the SC CTSI grant by including the NIH funding acknowledgment and must comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.