Anika Nerella is university student studying economics and data science, primarily focused on healthcare disparities and barriers that underrepresented and low-income communities face. She worked the Faith-Based Health Survey study, helping to analyze results and creating the visual that allowed the team to disseminate the survey results clearly, concisely, and effectively. She is also working on the PCORI-funded EMPART project, aiding in data analysis and visualization development. Her experiences with patient-centered outcomes research have allowed her to expand her worldview of healthcare provision and motivated her to pursue future study to determine how best we can promote the betterment of community health.
Involvement with PCORI
Engagement Awards: Pastors4PCOR Faith-Based Community Health Study - Research Partner
Engagement Awards: Equipping Muslims with PCOR-Based, Action-Oriented Research Tools (EMPART) -Research Partner