Heather Rollins, MS
Heather Rollins, MS, is a data analyst at the Urban Health Collaborative. Her role involves assisting with the programming, data manipulation, and statistical analysis for various projects. Some of her current work examines the effects of socioeconomic and demographic features on the variability in the relationship between income disparity and health outcomes in cites across the country. Ms. Rollins received her Master of Science in Biostatistics from Drexel University at the Dornsife School of Public Health in the spring of 2019. She worked as a research assistant at the UHC During the summer and second year of her graduate program. She previously received her Bachelor of Science in Statistics in her home state at the University of Delaware.