Jasmine received a Master in Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health with a focus in Maternal Child Health and Biostatistics and a Bachelor of Science from Emory University in Biology, Psychology, and Linguistics. She has five years of advanced statistical programming experience in addition to experience with research concerning statistical genetics, racial disparities, maternal/infant outcomes, and intimate partner violence. Jasmine provides statistical support and data management supervision for the Department of Epidemiology and the Center for Arts in Medicine. She is responsible for overseeing data flow through quality control and data entry, including monitoring the quality and integrity of data entry and collection procedures with consistent reporting and tracking.
Jasmine has been driven by both research and community-based work with the hopes of practicing public health and storytelling with data.