Work With Us

Collaborate with us to pilot a potentially life-saving intervention

Alma Sana recently conducted a 6-month feasibility study at two sites, in rural Ecuador and urban Peru, to assess the viability of moms using of our patent pending immunization reminder bracelets to more easily remember their children's vaccination appointments. Our team is now analyzing the results and preparing a manuscript for publication. 

If you are interested in conducting a research study using our Alma Sana bracelets, we welcome your proposals and ideas. Please contact our founder, Lauren Braun, at lauren@almasanaproject.org. 

Career Opportunities

Unfortunately we have no open positions at this time. If you are interested in working with Alma Sana in the future, please contact Lauren Braun at lauren@almasanaproject.org. 

Wondering what it's like to work on our pilot study in Cusco? Check out this blog by one of our summer interns, Dani Corona (on right) by clicking on the photo. Here, Dani hole-punches out the symbols on the bracelet that correspond to the vaccines being administered to this 2-month-old. Photo taken: May 1, 2013. 

Wondering what it's like to work on our pilot study in Cusco? Check out this blog by one of our summer interns, Dani Corona (on right) by clicking on the photo. Here, Dani hole-punches out the symbols on the bracelet that correspond to the vaccines being administered to this 2-month-old. Photo taken: May 1, 2013.