Amanda Richardson Onwuka is a third year doctoral student in Epidemiology at the University of Michigan under the mentorship of Drs. Carlos Mendes de Leon and Ana Diez Roux. She studies psychosocial determinants of cardiovascular disease, with particular attention to social and geographic predictors of heterogeneity in CVD in African Americans. Prior to joining Michigan, she was a Public Health Prevention Service Fellow at the CDC working predominately on policy development and evaluation in chronic diseases. She holds a Bachelors degree in English and Community Health and a Masters of Health Policy and Management both from Tufts University.
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