James Romine

University Fellows Cohort Member, 2017-2018
PhD Student, Epidemiology
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James Romine is interested in the application of epidemiology and medical anthropology to Global Health projects. His current research compares Dengue fever prevention practices among several cities in Mexico and the United States. When earning his MPH, he helped develop a system that enables community health workers to deploy smartphones in the prevention of Dengue fever in northern Mexico. As a Peace Corps volunteer in Nicaragua from 2010-2013, James worked extensively with community-based public health programs. He grew up in California and misses the beach but enjoys Mt. Lemmon and the Sonoran desert.