Adia Loudon, EPI MPH ’19
Category : #IamEmoryEPI
About Me: Adia R. Louden is a second year MPH Candidate in the Department of Epidemiology. She is also enrolled in the Certificate in Maternal/Child Health.Her long-term career objective is to attend medical school to become an OB/GYN. Adia is currently a member of the following organizations at Emory: Association of Black Public Health Students, Georgia Public Health Association, and the Epidemiology Student Admission Team. Adia also serves as one of the Student Representatives for the MCH cohort, and currently volunteers with the Georgia Chapter Alzheimer’s Association and Friends of Refugees.
Adia Loudon, 2nd Year EPI, MPH
Hometown: Columbia, South Carolina
Alma Mater: Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC
Undergrad Major: Biology
Research Interests: Maternal/child health, sexual/reproductive health, access to abortion and contraceptives
Thesis Title:Association between maternal peri-conceptional alcohol use and neural tube defects.
Current Positions: Intern-Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence
Student Organizations: Association of Black Public Health Students, Georgia Public Health Association, Emory Reproductive Health Association, and the Epidemiology Student Admission Team