Jeyani Narayan

Jeyani is a sophomore Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Major and an aspiring physician. As a member of the Domestic Health team, Jeyani hopes to bring various health disparities to light by commenting on the conditions of underserved populations. Jeyani also conducts research in the Lab of Mechanochemistry and Functional Imaging Applications under Dr. Yun Chen. She enjoys participating in community service as a volunteer at Gilchrist Hospice Center. Jeyani is a strong proponent of women’s equality in the workplace, and as a LEAD mentor, she hopes to encourage high school women to pursue engineering. In her spare time, Jeyani plays and teaches Western and Indian Classical violin.

Equitable Care for Minorities

Neonatal death, low birthweight, and pregnancy complications are serious outcomes of reduced prenatal care in the United States. A low birthweight alone causes 30,000 infant deaths. Inadequate care is seen particularly for low-income minority women, so these populations are at...

/ April 16, 2017

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/ January 21, 2017