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Ehi Idoko, Ph.D., M.S., C.H.E.S., Senior Analyst, conducts research, evaluation and policy analysis on issues related to population health.
Prior to joining KHI, Ehi was a dissertation fellow in the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies at Texas A&M University where she led a study on mental health literacy among Black students. She was also a graduate research aid at Texas A&M for the Program on Disability and Community-Based Care, where she studied the usability of a state-funded, pediatric-to-adult transitional care tool. In collaboration with the Health Promotion and Genomics Laboratory at Texas A&M, she also contributed to an initiative to help community health workers deliver culturally competent colorectal cancer prevention services to Chinese Americans.
Ehi earned a doctorate and master's degree in health education from Texas A&M University. She also holds a bachelor's degree in microbiology from Covenant University in Nigeria.