Ingrid Mburia, Ph.D., MPH
Teaching Assistant Professor
Prior to joining the University of Nevada, Reno, Mburia was the maternal and child health epidemiologist and the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) project coordinator at the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health. Her research focuses on substance use during pregnancy and maternal and child health outcomes and associated disparities.
(In press) Mburia, I., & Yang, W. Depression and Substance Use during Pregnancy: Prevalence, Interrelationships, and Effect on Low Birthweight. Manuscript under preparation for submission to Maternal and Child Health Journal.
Mburia, I., & Yang, W. (2016). Factors Associated with Delivery of Very Low Birth Weight Infants in Non-Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Units. Journal of Pregnancy and Child Health.
Mburia, I., & Yang, W. (2016). Preterm Birth and Maternal Occupation in a Hispanic Population. MedCrave Online Journal of Women’s Health.
Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Health, University of Nevada, Reno
MPH in Social and Behavioral Health, University of Nevada, Reno