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Kodiak Soled

Research Fellow

Kodiak Soled (she/her) is a Research Fellow in the Department of Population Medicine. She is supporting Brittany Charlton’s team with NIH-funded research, including a new 5-year award that aims to elucidate obstetrical and perinatal health disparities impacting sexual minorities and their offspring.

She uses qualitative and quantitative research methods, community-based approaches, and a social and structural determinants of health lens to identify and address perinatal and reproductive health disparities and promote resilience among LGBTQ+ individuals. Dr. Soled holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in LGBTQ Health from Columbia University, a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Johns Hopkins University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree (BA) in Critical Global Studies from Pitzer College.