Chrystelle Kiang is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Epidemiology at Emory University. Her general research interests are in molecular and genetic epidemiology, pharmacoepidemiology, and epidemiologic methods. Before coming to Emory in 2017 for her MPH, she worked in Surgical Pathology at MGH and in various molecular biology research labs at MIT, and leverages this background and her epidemiology training in her research. Her dissertation research explores molecular and genetic predictors of breast cancer recurrence.
Chrystelle is also currently an Epidemiology Intern at IQVIA, a clinical research and health information technology, where she helps in the development and writing of study protcols and reports for observational, low- to no-intervention research studies for pharmecutical company clients.
Areas of Interest
- Cancer Prevention
- Research Methods
- BS 2013, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- MPH 2019, Emory University
Affiliations & Activities
Doctoral Student Representative, Department of Epidemiology
Epidemiology Representative, Doctoral Student Advisory Board (DSAB)
DSAB Representative, RSPH Dean's Expanded Leadership Committee
Member, Society for Epidemiologic Research
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