Maya Siegel is a candidate for the MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation. She graduated from Brandeis University with a degree in Psychology, achieving high honors, with minors in Art History and Peace, Conflict, & Coexistence Studies. More recently she just completed her 3rd year of medical school at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, from which she is taking a break to complete her MSc, after which she will return to complete her final year of medical school. She plans on pursuing a residency in Family Medicine and is interested in Primary Care and Reproductive Heath.
She has previously done research in PTSD and substance abuse, different memory phenomenon in monolinguals and multilinguals, and health outcomes in Outpatient Parenteral Antibiotic Treatment. She has also worked as an HIV counselor at the Harriet Lane Clinic in Baltimore, and is trained as an Abortion Doula with the Baltimore Doula Project. Her research interests are in the intersection between primary care, reproductive health, and community health. She is also interested in how local policies and programs affect a community's health.