This profile was current as of May 2022, when she was part of the on-campus Kellogg community.

Juliana Couri is passionate about global healthcare and healthcare accessibility for marginalized populations. Couri will be working under Professor Vania Smith-Oka, a medical and cultural anthropologist, to conduct research on the broader effects of global policies on women's reproductive health, specifically concerning the racialized and classed practices that affect how doctors make decisions and which women are impacted. This year, she will continue her project exploring the role of mentorship in medical training in Mexico in addition to pursuing information surrounding the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical professionals in Mexico.

Science Preprofessional Studies