I am an epidemiologist and my research focuses on the social and cardiovascular determinants of outcomes as people age. My research also focuses on how to use novel statistical methods to address important research questions while leveraging existing data. To that end, I was trained as a social epidemiologist and graduated in 2011 with my doctorate from the University of Michigan School of Public Health where I received an excellence award from the Center on Social Epidemiology and Population Health. As part of my dissertation work, I examined life course determinants of minorities’ health. I later joined the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) where I was awarded a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship jointly funded by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, and American Brain Foundation to conduct research on how subclincial cardiovascular disease measures influence outcomes in older age. I am currently an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Miami, and I hold a 5-year K01 Award from the National Institute on Aging.
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