Ph.D. Student | The Ohio State University
Chettri received her BS in neuroscience with a minor in Spanish from The Ohio State University. She graduated with her MPH in epidemiology from The Ohio State University in May 2018. For her master’s thesis, she examined the trends of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) in urban vs. rural areas of Ohio. Chettri’s research interests include women’s reproductive health, infectious disease epidemiology, and the cross-section between technology and decision-making. Chettri is a research assistant to OPEN’s Investigating Ohio’s High Infant Mortality project.