Focus on environmental health within vulnerable populations, including analyses on: air pollution and cognition, the gut microbiome, and endocrine disrupting compounds and diet.
Interest in studying how various environmental exposures differentially impact vulnerable populations and ways to mediate and mitigate these exposures through community interventions and policy.
B.S in Medical dietetics and biology from the Ohio State University
M.S in Applied Nutrition from Northeastern University
Researcher focusing on environmental health within vulnerable populations, with a focus on mediators such as the gut microbiome. I have completed a fellowship at the J Craig Venter Institute on microbiome analysis and am soon to do a fellowship at UC Berkeley on environmental health justice and policy.
Additionally, I am involved in the MIT and the Harvard microbiome clubs, as well as a fall 2016 MIT Impact Scholar.