Predoctoral Trainee in Public Health
Alison is a PhD student in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences in the School of Public Health. She is interested in improving maternal health outcomes and erasing health disparities, particularly for Black mothers in the United States. Her work is in Cape Town, South Africa, where she supports projects that aim to improve postpartum HIV treatment adherence and retention, and in the United States, where she is evaluating maternal health disparities.
Maternal and child health, Health disparities, Women's health, Social inequalities, Race and ethnicity