Associate Professor, Health & Exercise Science
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At WOU since09/16/2014
Course scheduleWinter 2020
|21450||HE465||INTERNATIONAL HEALTH||MW 1000-1150||RWEC 208|
|21368||HE375||EPIDEMIOLOGY||TR 0800-0950||RWEC 202|
|21684||HE448||RESEARCH METHODS||TR 1000-1150||RWEC 206|
|21858||HE375||EPIDEMIOLOGY||TR 0800-0950||RWEC 206|
Ph.D. in Demography and Sociology: University of Pennsylvania
M.P.H. in Global Health: Emory University Rollins School of Public Health
B.A. in Political Science: University of California, San Diego
Undergraduate courses taught
My research focuses on international reproductive health, and I have experience working on projects in Mexico, Argentina, Peru, the Dominican Republic, and Mali. I am primarily interested in reproductive health challenges–access to contraception, unintended pregnancy, maternal mortality, and intimate partner violence–faced by women in rural areas both internationally and in the United States. My most recent work explores decision making and female sterilization in South Asia and Latin America. This study is the first to quantitatively assess the current state of informed choice across countries where female sterilization is a common modern method of contraception.
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