Grace Rahman, MPH

Research Assistant

Grace Rahman is graduating with her Master’s in Public Health from UNC-Chapel Hill. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from The George Washington University. She is originally from Kentucky, but currently resides in Boston, where she works at Boston Children’s Hospital conducting research in pediatric interventional cardiology and helps run a data registry. She currently volunteers as a mentor with Science Club for Girls, where she leads STEM related lessons, experiments, and activities to elementary and middle school girls. Her primary passions are being a mentor to girls, Maternal and Child Health, and pediatric cardiology. In the future, Grace would like to pursue a career in medicine as a physician. In her free time, you can find her reading a new book, walking her dog, and exploring Boston. Grace is very excited to be a part of the MOTHER Lab Team and work with the Community Engagement, Advocacy, and Policy Division!