Student and Faculty Fellows, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy. The University of New Mexico.

Student and Faculty Fellows, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy. The University of New Mexico.

I am a medical anthropologist and use mixed-methods research to examine the intersections of identity and chronic disease. As a doctoral fellow with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center For Health Policy I have training in team science, inter/transdisciplinary research, comparative effectiveness research (CER), and community based participatory research (CBPR) in frontier, rural and urban settings.

I recently accepted a position with the Department of Anthropology at Western Washington University.

My academic specializations address geographical, theoretical and methodological areas:

  • Indigenous people with a focus on the Southwestern United States
  • Minority health programs & policy (focus on Latino and American Indian peoples)
  • Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER)
  • Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
  • Chronic Disease Prevention
  • Conducting research in hard to reach communities in rural/frontier & urban settings
  • Mixed-methods research (focus on qualitative)
  • Research-based service learning & online education

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