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  • Finley Baba, MPH

    Research Analyst

    Finley Baba is a research analyst for ANSIRH’s upcoming ADAPT study and will be recruiting and collecting data in different states in the Southwest. Though originally from Seattle, she recently moved to the Bay area from New Orleans and spent the fall and winter of 2015 interning for the TEACH training program. Finley is passionate about reproductive health equity and has a background in qualitative reproductive research internationally. Most recently, Finley participated in a study in the Dominican Republic examining the quality of care available to women in public maternity hospitals. She is interested in how women access reproductive healthcare and abortion services in diverse healthcare settings. Ms. Baba studied Public Health and Latin American Studies at Tulane University as an undergrad and received her MPH from Tulane in August 2015.

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ANSIRH is a program within the UCSF Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and is a part of UCSF's Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.

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