Leticia Brown is a Project Associate at Chapin Hall. She provides project coordination and data analysis for the Doris Duke Research to Action Grants and Child Well-Being Research Network.
Brown also works as a Sickle Cell Program Coordinator for Northwest Indiana. Her work includes administering strategic goals to improve sickle cell awareness, home visit assessments, medical support, and quality of life. Brown also develops internal and external affairs to promote clinic growth advocating sustainable continuum of care.
Brown received a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences and Master of Public Health from the University of Missouri, focusing on health promotion and policy.
Master of Public Health, University of Missouri
Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences, University of Missouri
Brown, L. (2021, October). Indiana’s SCORE outreach clinic: Providing localized hematology care for pediatric and adult sickle cell patients in northwest Indiana. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO.
Brown, L. (2019, December). A novel sickle cell outreach program improves access to TCD screening, vaccines and hydroxyurea in a medically underserved area. Poster presentation at the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.