Trained in infectious diseases, Brita Lundberg is active in the medical community as Chair of the Environmental and Occupational Health Committee at the Massachusetts Medical Society; as an MMS Delegate for the Charles River District; and as an active member of Climate Code Blue, a physician-led advocacy group dedicated to raising public awareness around the health effects of climate change. Dr. Lundberg completed her undergraduate education at Harvard, medical school and residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University of Colorado. A former Assistant Professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Emory University, she is CEO and founder of Lundberg Health Advocates, LLC, a patient advocacy group. She joined PSR in 1987 while a medical student at U. of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Lundberg believes that advocating on public health issues is part of being a physician.