Amanda Levi

Research Assistant
Projects: Personal Health Libraries for Formerly Incarcerated Individuals (PerHL) and Eastern Caribbean Health Outcomes Research Network (ECHORN)
Program: Yale School of Public Health - Master of Public Health, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Amanda is an MPH candidate at the Yale School of Public Health who works on digital health and equitable technology under the supervision of Dr. Terika McCall. She is also currently a Teaching Fellow for Dr. McCall’s course BIS640 User-centered Design of Digital Health Tools.

Amanda received her B.A. in Anthropology from the University of California, Berkeley in 2018, where her coursework was focused on public health and pre-med studies. During her time at UC Berkeley, she attended public health master’s courses at Wageningen University in the Netherlands and conducted anthropological research in Japan. Amanda joined the Consumer Health Informatics Lab in February 2022 with previous experience as a clinical project manager for Epic and preclinical study coordinator for Labcorp Drug Development. She is also a certified behavioral therapist and peer trauma supporter passionate about addressing intergenerational trauma and improving the mental health of vulnerable populations.

Fun Fact
Amanda spends her free time volunteering at the Bradley Street Bicycle Cooperative and rock climbing outside.
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