Woodlyn Joachim, MPH
Research Assistant 2
Woodlyn Joachim graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Molecular & Cell Biology and a minor in Women’s Gender and Sexualities Studies from the University of Connecticut in 2018. She also completed her Master of Public Health in 2019 as part of UConn’s Fast-Track (4+1, BS/MPH) program. Prior to joining the center, Woodlyn conducted research examining the relationship between gut microbiomes and health outcomes in patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) as an undergraduate student, and the use and effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment programs in correctional facilities as a graduate student. Woodlyn also worked at the largest federally qualified health center (FQHC) in Connecticut where she led the evaluation of Project ECHO ®, a telemedicine model that educates primary care providers to treat complex conditions in patients.
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