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Regan Moss

Regan Moss (MPH, Columbia University) is a PhD student in the Department of Social, Behavioral, and Population Health Sciences. She is interested in integrating social epidemiology and policy/law perspectives to address the intersections of multiple (marginalized) identities and the social and structural forces that shape reproductive and maternal-child health outcomes and inequities in the U.S. Her particular research interests are women’s mental health, reproductive and maternal health, carceral and rural healthcare, social drivers of health, and research with systems-impacted women and communities. She aims to explore intersections of identity and psychology with reproductive health and maternal health, situated within the structural determinants of health framework. She was formerly a research associate at Yale’s Child Study Center for HOPE (Health Omics and Perinatal Epidemiology). While at Columbia, Regan was a part of Averting Maternal Death and Disability (AMDD), Khora Lab (Maternal and Reproductive Psychology), and supported Dr. Kelli Stidham Hall’s NIH-funded study on community engaged approaches to maternal morbidity from sepsis and Dr. John Santelli’s project on adolescent fertility trends. She also works for ARRWIP (Advocacy and Research on the Reproductive Wellness of Incarcerated People) at Johns Hopkins University.