Jocelyn Burridge, MPH

Jocelyn Burridge is a graduate student researcher in the Center of Better Beginnings at the University of California San Diego. She completed her undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at the University of Michigan, where she focused her research on medical device design in obstetrics and anesthesia for low resource settings. She then completed her Master of Public Health in Population and Health Sciences at the University of Michigan, before beginning her Joint Doctoral Program in Epidemiology at UC San Diego and San Diego State University.

Jocelyn’s research interests primarily focus on maternal exposures during pregnancy and adverse outcomes in offspring. She is particularly interested in how emerging genomic technologies can improve maternal and infant short and long-term health outcomes.