Prior to joining Pharmerit, Rachel has led a quasi-experiment to investigate racial bias within the criminal justice system, conducted literature reviews to understand the stigma associated with mental health globally, and investigated the health effects of underlying pathophysiologic mechanisms of air pollution in individuals with pre-existing airway diseases. In addition, Rachel has interned in a clinical neurosurgical practice and developed an understanding of the use of electronic health records. Rachel has also invested her time consulting for an open-source platform to develop data visualizations and improve their case management system. Rachel holds a B.S. degree in Psychology and a minor in Health and Human Values from Davidson College (Davidson, NC).
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