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I am a PhD candidate in Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, and I conduct research at the intersection of maternal and child health, social epidemiology, and health services. I ask questions related to:
Currently, I’m a predoctoral trainee at UW’s Center for Demography and Ecology. I previously worked as a project assistant for Big Data for Little Kids (BD4LK), a project that synthesizes Wisconsin birth records to Medicaid data, public school records, and social services information to evaluate maternal and child health strategies (primary investigator: Deborah Ehrenthal, MD MPH). I completed my undergraduate education at the College of Wooster (2013) and earned a MS in Healthcare Research from Dartmouth College (2015).
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