PhD, U.C. Berkeley 2016
MPH, U.C. Berkeley 2012
BS/BA The Ohio State University, 2009
I am particularly interested in introducing epidemiology to laboratory-based studies and scientific capacity building.
My PhD dissertation involves assessment of the burden of disease in slum populations at the intersection of non-communicable and infectious disease.
Ebola in urban slums: the elephant in the room.
A comparison of social and spatial determinants of health between formal and informal settlements in a large metropolitan setting in Brazil.