(M.S. EEB 2010, M.P.H. Epidemiology 2011)
Aley Joseph graduated from the University of Michigan School of Public Health in December 2011 (MPH Epidemiology). She was hired as an epidemiologist in January 2012 for the California Rural Indian Health Board, a health research and consulting company that was founded by and serves rural Native American tribes in California.
“I am coordinating an NIH-funded dental health intervention study right now. It has been great so far," said Joseph.
The California Rural Indian Health Board was formed to provide a central focal point in the Indian health field in California for planning, advocacy, funding, training, technical assistance, coordination, fundraising, education, development and for the purpose of promoting unity and formulating common policy on Indian health care issues.