As a primary care physician for im/migrant families, as well as a family planning provider, my academic interest lies in exploring the intersections of migrant health and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) by doing community-based, patient-oriented research with marginalized im/migrant women. My academic and clinical work is oriented towards investigating and reducing barriers to accessing culturally appropriate, trauma-informed, and timely SRH care.
Research areas of interest:
Refugee health, pregnancy intention and family planning, participatory action research
Reproductive Infectious Diseases Maternal & Fetal Health