Sarah Abdallah, MPH
In this vast field of research, Sarah's research interests is primarily in health disparities and health inequity in women's health and maternal and child health related issues. Her contributions in these areas are varied and are based on studies conducted, community outreach and involvement among vulnerable/underserved populations in the US and Africa.
As an intern with KEMRI/CDC in Kenya, Sarah took part in data collection and analysis of a sub-study, which examined the user acceptability of the alternative antimalarial interventions being examined in the clinical trial. As a graduate student, she worked with Eskanazi Health in Indianapolis, IN collecting and analyzing data on Hispanic women's culturally based reasons they do not seek prenatal care at an optimal time. Sarah also worked with Promoting Smokefree Pregnancies in Indiana (PSPI), conducting literature searches on evidence-based strategies and/or interventions on prenatal smoking in Indiana in an effort to incorporate smoking cessation during pregnancy programs in rural counties in Indiana.
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