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2020   Master of Public Health, Global Health & Environment, University of California, Berkeley
2018    B.A., Global Health, University of California, San Diego

Prior to joining the USC Population, Health and Place Ph.D. program, Erica Ho was a research associate at the AltaMed Institute for Health Equity, where she led several research projects aiming to address various social determinants of health, such as hunger, housing insecurity and other issues faced by patients within the AltaMed health system.

She has previously served similar roles at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health and the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation in Los Angeles, California.

Erica has coauthored the article “Diverse Health, Gender and Economic Impacts from Domestic Transport of Water and Solid Fuel: A Systemic Review” published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. She has several more under review at other various journals.

As a Population, Health, and Place PhD student, Erica hopes to combine her interests in spatial analysis and environmental health to conduct research on innovative ways to promote water, sanitation and hygiene safety in resource-scarce areas in international communities.