Education and Training
Lake Tekapo and Mount Cook
University of Michigan
Bachelor of Arts
Dual sociology and anthropology concentration with a focus in medical anthropology
Master of Public Health
Certificate in Public Health Research Methods
Doctor of Philosophy
Medical Sociology and Demography
Aging Center, Duke University
I leveraged population-level and electronic health record data to investigate racial differences in hearing loss. I was awarded the Maddox Aspiring Investigator Award by the Aging Center.
Matthew E. Dupre (Population Health Sciences, Sociology)
Sherri L. Smith (Head & Neck Surgery and Communication Sciences)
I received an MPH in Sociomedical Sciences with a certificate in Public Health Research Methods from the Mailman School of Public Health. My thesis was supervised by Drs. Corinne Kirchner and Konstantina Stankovic.
I received a PhD in Sociology under the supervision of Drs. Scott Lynch and Jen'nan Read (co-chairs).
Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Harvard Medical School
Under the supervision of Dr. Konstantina Stankovic, I designed and conducted a survey-based study of how people disclose their hearing loss to others.