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@CaitlinAllenPhD @PPHFutureLeader Great question! Based on our results, I would be interested to see how other variables like healthcare access, employment, and geographic location play a role in our association.

@erin_turbitt @PPHFutureLeader I am interested in understanding the relationship between the ADI and other variables like BMI and smoking within our dataset. I would also love to continue exploring how the ADI impacts other health outcomes related to PCOS as well.

Happy to participate in my first Twitter conference with @PPHFutureLeader. Check out my poster on #PCOS and socioeconomic status. #PPHposter

test Twitter Media - Happy to participate in my first Twitter conference with @PPHFutureLeader. Check out my poster on #PCOS and socioeconomic status. #PPHposter https://t.co/S2XozhHq3F

Wow! I'm completely speechless. Thank you to the @PPHFutureLeader organizers for this award! twitter.com/PPHFutureLeade…

Thank you!!! twitter.com/inthosegenespo…

@jscdavis No worries! It was also recorded 😊

Thank you! I’m so lucky to have you as my close friend, collaborator, and a constant inspiration throughout this journey. Beyond happy that we’ve been able to do this together. twitter.com/HKbeasley/stat…

I passed my defense!!! 😊🙌🏾 Thank you to everyone who came to my presentation and gave their support. It meant the world to me. Officially #PhDone

Thank you for sharing! I can’t believe it’s finally that time. #DefenseIncoming twitter.com/VUMCgenetics/s…

Oh, this is interesting! I can't help but wonder what @Velez_Edwards @JackiePiekos and @JackieHellwege think about these #fibroid results twitter.com/Eric_Fauman/st…

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Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!