There are ample opportunities to work with an array of existing datasets, data from field studies currently being collected, and electronic records. The emphasis of my research on disparities is appealing to a diverse spectrum of trainees, which has helped me to achieve my goals of creating a diverse and supportive research group, including racial/ethnic and underrepresented minorities. Besides mentoring at UC Davis, Kaiser Division of Research and UCSF, I was also a Fullbright Faculty mentor in 2010-2011. I am passionate, creative, and highly successful in conducting a research program which has diversity at its core from multiple perspectives.
My mentees include PhD Students, Medical Students, undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty. My lab currently hosts a K99 recipient and T32 fellows.
In addition to my own research program I am available as a mentor through:
- The UCSF T32 in Chronic Disease and Aging Epidemiology Program
- The UCSF PhD Program in Epidemiology and Translational Sciences
- The UC Davis Graduate Group in Epidemiology
- The UC Davis Graduate Group in Public Health Sciences
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