Jacqueline Odiase obtained her M.S. in Global Health Sciences at UCSF. She received her B.A. in Psychology at UCLA. She currently works as a research data analyst at the Institute of Global Health Sciences (IGHS) at UCSF. She works on various projects related to maternal and child health and human mobility and HIV. Her passion to mitigate disparities in maternal and child health first led her to UC Berkeley School of Public Health, where she served as a project policy analyst for the National Growth and Health Study. At Berkeley, she researched factors that predicted weight, the correlation between race and health, and the transmission of stress across generations. Jacqueline’s interests include exploring evidence-based approaches to address maternal health disparities and researching ways to improve access to culturally competent and person-centered maternity care.
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