I have a Masters degree and two Graduate Certificates from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, MD. This training has provided me with a solid knowledge base in infectious diseases, maternal and child health, and epidemiology and biostatistics. Please see my peer-reviewed publications on pediatric stroke and dysentery, which are available online, for samples of my analytical and reporting abilities. In addition to conducting research in the U.S., I set up a research site in Bolivia and conducted clinical research on Chagas disease in Bolivia and Peru through Johns Hopkins University, which required extensive negotiation and partnership building with Ministry of Health officials, hospital staff and administrators, and members of the local community. Aside from my research skills, I have strong administrative and organizational skills developed by leading groups of volunteers, assisting in marketing and communications, writing grants, and organizing and evaluating events in university and non-profit settings.
what is your current, past or ideal job title?
what languages do you speak?
English, Spanish, and Dutch (fluent)
what countries have you lived in?
United States, The Netherlands, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia
what's your Hispanic connection?
I am half Ecuadorian.
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