Adora is a graduate research assistant in the BAT Lab at the Gillings School of Global Public Health. Before joining the BAT Lab, she was a member of Duke University’s Department of Population Health Science’s Opioid Collaboratory team where alongside colleagues she worked on a NC-based harm-reduction portfolio. Prior to this, she worked with Duke’s Qualitative Core/ Base Lab team on a variety of qualitative studies that strongly focused on HIV and quality-of-life research and research ethics. She is currently in the Master’s in Public Health program at UNC Chapel Hill with a concentration in global health. She is passionate about global and domestic community-based research and interested in public health policy and health systems, especially as it pertains to maternal and child health and refugee & migrant populations.
Ms. Nsonwu received her bachelor’s degrees in Anthropology and English (language, writing, & rhetoric) and from N.C. State University.