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Ndidiamaka N.Amutah received her PhD in Public Health with a focus on Maternal and Child Health at the University of Maryland, College Park School of Public Health in 2010. She received her Masters in Public Health from The George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services in Maternal and Child Health in 2005. Her dissertation focused on infant mortality in Washington, DC and it specifically examined neighborhood level disadvantage, social determinants of health, and race/ethnicity as predictors of infant mortality. Dr. Amutah also received a BS in Public Health and BA in Africana Studies from Rutgers, The State University of NJ.
Originally from Trenton NJ, Ndidi has a long standing commitment to public health that spans over 10 years of Public Health experience. Her current research interests include health disparities, reproductive health, infant mortality and HIV/AIDS in ethnic minority populations. Ndidi is a member of the American Public Health Association and is currently a councilor in the Maternal and Child Health section. Additionally, Ndidi holds membership on the Board of Trustees for The Women’s Collective, is an active member of Delta Omega, Omega chapter public health honor society, and is the Immediate Past-President of The Society of African American Public Health Issues (SAAPHI)
Dr. Amutah is a Certified Health Education Specialist. She has taught courses on Program Planning and Evaluation, Research Methods, Adolescent Health, and Minority Women’s Health. Dr. Amutah has worked as a researcher in community-based research settings in a variety of areas including maternal and child health, health disparities, and HIV/AIDS. She has published and presented both domestically and internationally in the area of HIV/AIDS and infant mortality in urban communities.
Previously, Dr. Amutah was an Assistant Professor at Montclair State University in the Department of Public Health. Currently, Dr. Amutah is an Associate Professor of Health Equity and Health Disparities at Tufts University School of Medicine. In this capacity her research focuses on adverse birth outcomes for women of color, HIV/AIDS and women of color in an urban context, and community based participatory research.
Dr. Amutah has been featured in various media outlets such as The Root.com, ABC 7 NY, WURD Radio, WMBC Television and other platforms. More information on Dr. Amutah can be found at www.ndidiamutahphd.com