DATA & EPIDEMIOLOGY

Diana is a trained behavioral epidemiologist. She specializes in understanding and decoding socioeconomic and cultural impacts on health behavior making decisions. She has worked with non-profits, medical device testing companies, and startups to analyze, develop, and uncover trends, statistical models, and ultimately products to both aid in understanding behavioral trends and address market gaps and resource needs in low-resourced and disenfranchised geographic locations.

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