Odia Kane (she/her) is a doctoral student and Sir Arthur Newsholme Scholar in Bioethics and Health Policy in the Department of Health Policy and Management. She received a Bachelor of Arts in cognitive science and political science as well as a Master of Public Health degree from the University of Connecticut. Prior to beginning her doctoral studies at Hopkins, Odia completed a fellowship at the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance in Washington, DC. Her research interests include the social and ethical implications of telehealth policy and the dynamics between digital healthcare innovation and race-related health disparities.
- Social and ethical implications of telehealth policy
- Dynamics between digital healthcare innovation and race-related health disparities
- Master of Public Health, University of Connecticut
- Bachelor of Arts, Cognitive Science and Political Science, University of Connecticut