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Araliya M. Senerat, MPH, PMP

Doctoral Research Fellow

Araliya is currently a PhD Student in Epidemiology at Drexel University, where she is researching the effects of longitudinal neighborhood determinants on cognitive health with her advisors Dr. Jana Hirsch and Dr. Yvonne Michael. She has 7+ years of primary and secondary research experience in urban health, built environment, active design, cancer, and health services. She also works at the International Society for Urban Health (ISUH), where she conducts literature reviews, connects with international urban health experts to promote equity, and assists in the planning of the International Conference on Urban Health (ICUH). Before joining ISUH, she has worked for the Well Living Lab, ARCHIVE Global, and Center for Active Design, among others. She has received her BSc in Health Studies Honours Co-operative Program from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada and her MPH in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York.