Rollins School of Public Health
Atlanta, GA 30322
I am a fourth year PhD student in the Nutrition and Health Sciences program at Emory University.
I study how wealth over the life course is associated with cognition and health (physical, mental, socio-emotional) in low- and middle-income countries. My work uses data from the COHORTS collaboration, a consortium of six birth cohorts from five LMICs.
Here is my CV
2018 - Present Nutrition and Health Sciences Program, Emory University
2015 - 2018 Research Analyst, St. John's Research Institute
2014 - 2015 Junior Consultant, IMS Health
2009 - 2014 Dual Degree, Department of Biotechnology, IIT Madras
- NewDevelopment of a temporally harmonized asset index: Evidence from across 50 years of follow up of a birth cohort in GuatemalaBMC Medical Research Methodology, 2021
- NewProfiles of intra-day glucose in Type 2 Diabetes and their association with complications: an analysis of continuous glucose monitoring dataDiabetes Technology and Therapeutics, 2021
- NewSocioeconomic position over the life-course and subjective social status in relation to nutritional status and mental health among Guatemalan adultsSSM - Population Health 2021
- NewRelative and absolute wealth mobility since birth in relation to health and human capital in middle adulthood: An analysis of a Guatemalan birth cohortSSM - Population Health 2021