Katie Campbell is a doctoral student in the Epidemiology department at Emory. She started as a METRIC T-32 pre-doctoral fellow in September 2021, and her research interests are in spatial, social, and cardiovascular epidemiology. She aims to examine spatiotemporal trends in cardiovascular disease and health equity, as well as risk factors for cardiovascular disease as they relate to maternal and child health. Her dissertation objective is to compare the spatial and social epidemiology of specific subtypes of hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
Prior to starting at Emory, she completed her bachelor’s degree in Biology at the University of Maryland, followed by a MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Maryland. She then worked for three years as a research program coordinator for school-based health promotion studies at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in the Growth and Nutrition division.
Areas of Interest
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Health Disparities
- Social Epidemiology
- Spatial Analysis/GIS
- Bachelor of Science 2014, University of Maryland
- Master of Public Health 2016, University of Maryland
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