Alejandra Ramirez-Cardenas

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Alejandra is an MPH candidate at Boston University School of Public Health, she joined Health map in 2016 as a Spanish language curator working primarily with Zika, Dengue, and Chikungunya data. She has a background in molecular research and environmental health; she’s particularly interested in the effect of chemical exposures and adverse health outcomes, such as cancer, and the environmental determinants of disease. Before coming to Boston, Alejandra completed a B.S. degree at Texas A&M University and spent time in Houston,Texas conducting genetic cancer research.