Endpoint Outcomes is pleased to welcome Ashley Willis, Blaise Cureg, Imani Weeks and Julia D’Ambrosio in our Boston office.
Prior to joining Endpoint Outcomes as a Research Associate, Ashley worked as an undergraduate research assistant in the Cancer Biology & Microchimerism Lab conducting cross-species analyses of the relationship between placental morphology and evolved cancer defenses and at the Center for Evolutionary Psychology developing and facilitating socio-behavioral experiments on reciprocal altruism. Ashley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biological Anthropology & Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Prior to joining Endpoint Outcomes as a Senior Research Associate, Blaise worked at Boston Medical Center, where she conducted qualitative community-based research for a project aimed at improving the mental health of the Black Church community. Blaise has also provided research support for studies examining alcohol policies and e-cigarette use. Blaise holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Vermont and a Master of Public Health Degree from Boston University.
Prior to joining Endpoint Outcomes as a Senior Research Coordinator, Imani worked as a clinical research coordinator for Center for Neurointestinal Health at Massachusetts General Hospital and supported research that focused on the intersection of eating disorders and gastrointestinal disorders. Imani has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Harvard University.
Prior to joining Endpoint Outcomes as a Senior Research Associate, Julia interned as a research assistant with the Boston College School of Social Work, where she analyzed qualitative data on the diffusion and spillover effects of a mental health intervention done in Sierra Leone. Julia holds a Master in Public Health degree from Boston University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the College of the Holy Cross.