I am a medical anthropologist interested in the psychosocial dimensions of health and illness, child health and well-being, and patient and family decision-making in the context of complex illness. My current research interests are focused on understanding the clinical, psychosocial and economic impacts of genomic sequencing for diagnosis of rare diseases in pediatric patients.
Member, Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
Master of Arts, Case Western Reserve University (2007)
Master of Public Health, Case Western Reserve University (2009)
Bachelor of Arts, University of Wisconsin Madison (2004)
Doctor of Philosophy, Case Western Reserve University (2012)