Tanya Khemet Taiwo

2020 Pilot Projects training creates space for stronger community partnerships

July 28, 2020
By Sarina Rodriguez

One vital aspect of EHSC’s work is community outreach and engagement. Our Community Engagement Core (CEC) is dedicated to overseeing this work which includes science communication, facilitating Community Stakeholder Advisory Committee (CSTAC) meetings and acting as a bridge between scientists and local communities where our research takes place. Best of all, scientists and community members can tap into this network anytime.

Tanya Khemet Taiwo dissertation

Maternal Prenatal Stress and Child Neurodevelopment

By TANYA KHEMET TAIWO

BS (Rochester Institute of Technology) 1986

Seattle Midwifery School (Certificate of Midwifery) 1998

MPH (California State University – San Jose) 2012

DISSERTATION

Submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

In

Epidemiology

in the

OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES

of the

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA

DAVIS

Approved:

The cores

Like other centers sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), the research we do at the UC Davis Environmental Health Sciences Center (EHSC) can be broken up into three key areas or "cores." Contact any one of the co-directors below for more information.