Sandy Askew, MPH
Sandy is a data manager and analyst at the Duke Global Digital Health Science Center. She is believer in the potential of digital health to be one of the most powerful tools available to influence public health on a large scale. Sandy is proud to say, as a member of our research group, she has been working on the forefront of digital health research for the past decade. During that time, the reach and capacity of digital technology has grown exponentially making it possible to conduct and disseminate research on a scale never before possible, as well as to engage populations that would have been nearly unreachable before.
Sandy began her research career as a research assistant while obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of New Mexico, and later, a Master of Public Health degree from Boston University, concentrating in Biostatistics.