Emmanuella Ngozi Asabor is an MD-PhD student whose research sits at the intersection of social medicine, mathematical modeling, and health policy. She earned her bachelor’s at Harvard University where she studied the history of medicine and global health. She also holds a master’s degree in African Studies from the University of Cambridge. Prior to Yale, she shaped supportive housing policy in NYC through a joint NYU and New York State Department of Health initiative. In her spare time, she enjoys travel, cooking, Nigerian literature, and occasionally re-living her opera-singing past.
|MD-PhD candidate||Yale School of Medicine and Yale School of Public Health|
|MPhil||University of Cambridge, African Studies|
|SB||Harvard University, History of Medicine|