"The fellowship offered great opportunities to engage in primary care and health services research. As a fellow, most appreciated was the flexibility to design/pursue my own research agenda, as well as sharpen my statistical programming and analytical skills. Not only did the fellowship play an integral role in achieving my career goals, it opened doors for me to contribute to efforts which embrace the collaborative power of public health and primary care."
Fellowship Graduation Month/Year: September 2017
Topics/Interests During Fellowship: Patient-provider communication, health disparities, integration of public health into primary care, maternal/child health
Current Appointment: Assistant Professor, BCM Department of Family and Community Medicine
Current Work/Research: Patient-provider communication, health disparities, integration of public health into primary care, maternal/child health