Adel Mburia-Mwalili, Ph.D., MPH
Teaching Assistant Professor
Mburia-Mwalili’s research interests include maternal child health, birth defects, social support and intimate partner violence.
Prior to joining the University of Nevada, Reno, Mburia-Mwalili worked as a biostatistician in the Office of Public Health Informatics and Epidemiology, Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. In addition, Dr. Mburia-Mwalili has international research and teaching experience, having taught at Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya and malaria and intestinal helminths research in Kenya funded by the World Health Organization.
Mburia-Mwalili A, Yang W. Interpregnancy Interval and Birth Defects. Birth Defects Research Part A: Clinical Molecular Teratology.2015 Nov;103(11):904-12. doi: 10.1002/bdra.23420. Epub 2015 Sep 23.
Mburia-Mwalili A, Yang W. Birth Defects Surveillance in the United States: Challenges and Implications of International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision, Clinical Modification Implementation. International Scholarly Research Notices Volume2014, Article ID 212874 [Internet]. Available from: http://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2014/212874/
Mburia-Mwalili A, Clements-Nolle K, Lee W, Shadley M, Yang, W. Intimate Partner Violence and depression in a population-based sample of women: Can social support help? Journal of Interpersonal Violence December 2010 25: 2258-2278.Granner ML, Mburia-Mwalili A. Correlates of television viewing among African American and Caucasian women. Women and Health 2010 50 (8):783-94.
Granner ML, Mburia-Mwalili A. Correlates of television viewing among African American and Caucasian women. Women and Health 2010 50 (8):783-94.
Cook D, Mburia-Mwalili A. Medication Therapy Management Favors Large Pharmacy Chains and Creates Potential Conflicts of Interest. Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy 2009 15(6)495-500.
Ph.D., Epidemiology, University of Nevada, Reno (2015)
MPH, Epidemiology, University of Nevada, Reno (2008)
M.Ed., Kenyatta University, Nairobi, Kenya (1999)