Division of Environment and Public Health
Department of Public Health Sciences
University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine
Phone: (305) 243-7148
Research Interest :
Ms. Louzado is a research associate in the Caban-Martinez Occupational Health Lab in the Division of Environment and Public Health in the UM Department of Public Health Sciences. Ms. Louzado-Feliciano earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health with Honors from Syracuse University (SU) in 2017. During her undergraduate career, she served as an emergency medical technician (EMT-B) and Special Events Supervisor for the student population at Syracuse University; and, in her senior year was named a Remembrance Scholar, for distinguished scholarship, citizenship, and service to the community. In 2018, she received her Master of Science degree in Global Health Sciences with Honors from University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Paola Louzado-Feliciano has conducted and presented two independent research projects “Nutrition Buffers on the Adverse Health Effects of Toxic Metals” at the Department of Public Health Sciences at Syracuse University (2017) and “Parent’s Perspective of Pediatric Anemia and Treatment Interventions in Arequipa, Peru” at the Institute of Global Health Sciences at the University of California, San Francisco (2018). Her research interests include cancer epidemiology, vulnerable populations, access to emergency medical services in underserved communities, and cultural competence in health care. Ms. Louzado-Feliciano will work directly with the Sylvester Firefighter Cancer Initiative and the FEMA-funded national Fire Fighter Cancer Cohort Study Expansion at University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine.
Role in the Project: Research Associate
Paola will be working in the Data Coordinating Center at the University of Miami.