Ragini Maddipati has over ten years of experience working in clinical research, data management and analysis, program management and evaluation, sexual and reproductive health, and reproductive justice.
After earning her MSW from the Brown School in 2009, Maddipati worked in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Washington University School of Medicine . She was an integral team member of the Contraceptive CHOICE Project and numerous research and clinical initiatives focused on increasing health equity and access to reproductive and contraceptive services in the St. Louis area. Over the last 8 years, Maddipati has provided supervision and mentorship to students in public health, social work and medicine. She served as an adjunct instructor through the Clinical Research Training Center at Washington University School of Medicine and teaches the Foundations of Public Health Epidemiology course.
Maddipati continues to collaborate on projects at Washington University School of Medicine, and consults with students, staff and faculty on incorporation of REDCap software for research and administrative projects. Additional community work includes supporting research initiatives at Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region focused on reproductive health, reproductive justice and contraceptive access.
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