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I am interested in combining administrative data and the electronic medical record to better understand how systems of oppression and disadvantage play out at the bedside and influence health outcomes, particularly for individuals with neurologic and cognitive challenges. Prior to starting the epidemiology doctoral program at UNC, I was a data analyst at the Center on Povery and Community Developement at Case Western Reserve University where I worked on a wide variety of mixed methods research and program evaluations using the Child Household Integrated Longitudinal Data (CHILD) System, one of the most comprehensive longitudinal and continually updated integrated data systems in the country.