Her research on maternal health inequity among Black women – a $3 million program over the next 5 years – is one of six NIH-funded programs aimed at reducing maternal morbidity and mortality in the USA.
Watch MOTHER Lab’s Founder and Principal Investigator Dr. Amutah-Onukagha’s feature on PBS Rhode Island.
Our esteemed Director & Principal Investigator, Dr. Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha, has been awarded a National Minority Quality Forum Award for the 40 under 40 Selection.
Watch Dr. Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha and MOTHER Lab members Dr. Keri Carvalho, Brenna Miller, and Kelechi Offor discuss with the Necessary Trouble Podcast Team about Black Maternal Health Disparities!
Birthing Black in America: Centering Community-Based Maternal Telehealth Support Services for Black Birthing Persons Written by: Shubhecchha Dhaurali, Brenna Miller, Melissa Wu, Divine Ogieva, Beverly Udegbe, Inricka Liburd, Kelechi Offor, Paige Feyock America’s Healthcare Conglomerate was built on the bodies of Black women. Major modern medical innovations and research can be accredited to their pain, suffering,Continue reading “Virtual Doula Care”