Congratulations to our recent graduates! Ben Skov graduated with a Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Science. Ben’s thesis is titled Evaluation of the Relationship between Centrality and Individual-Level Characteristics among PWID. Joseph Puleo graduated with a Master of Science in Statistics (2020). Joseph’s thesis is titled Evaluating the Effects of Medications for Opioid Use Disorder on HIV Risk Behaviors Among a Network of People Who Inject Drugs. Joseph’s current job is as a Biostatistician I at the Center for Biostatistics in AIDS Research, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Valerie Ryan graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Behavior Science, Master of Science in Statistics, and Master of Arts in Behavior Science (2020). Valerie’s thesis title is Graph Models with Missing Data Techniques for Applications in Drug Use Networks. Valerie is now a Behavior Scientist at the National Center for Health Statistics.