To develop future leaders trained in innovative MCAH research, we provide the following opportunities for students across the UC Berkeley campus:
We provide Graduate Student Researchers (GSR) opportunities on an array of faculty research projects.
We provide undergraduate students with opportunities to work with our faculty on research projects.
We work with our collaborators to create graduate summer internships opportunities at their organization.
We mentor postdoctoral students conducting research in technology, innovation, and MCAH.
We provide financial awards to incoming MCAH MPH students with experience in technology and innovation.
We provide doctoral students with funding for dissertation research related to MCAH innovation and technology.
Aliza is an MPH student collaborating with Plan C to help analyze survey data from their Self-Managed Abortion Buddy training course. She is also aiding in the creation of a new set of surveys that will help inform the second iteration of this course.
Emma is an MPH student working with the Wallace Center on their communications strategy and abortion research.
Gabriela is an MPH student working with Expecting Justice as their Race Equity Intern. She is assisting with their doula and lactation efforts in order to increase access to these services for Black and Pasefika birthing persons in San Francisco.
Mariah is an MPH student working with the Abundant Birth Project Evaluation Study to examine the effects of unconditional cash supplements during pregnancy on Black and Pacific Islander birthing people in San Francisco.
Julia is an undergraduate senior studying Public Health and Molecular Environmental Biology who is interning with the center in communications.
Betsy is a DrPH student working on a mixed-methods study of an online health community for abortion, in collaboration with the Wallace Center and the Berkeley Bixby Center for Population, Health and Sustainability.
Sam is a PhD student who is analyzing mobile health tracking data to understand how behavioral factors are associated with menstrual cycle characteristics in adolescents.
Julia is a DrPH student helping to disseminate the findings from a data science analysis of online community forums about contraception on Reddit, a popular social media platform.
Bryana is a Public Health undergraduate who is working with faculty to study the preferences, barriers, and unmet needs in postpartum healthcare services.
Ijeoma is a 2nd year MPH student creating a digital platform to improve perinatal care for BIPOC women and birthing people while helping parents regain their trust in hospitals and providers.
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