Ariel Eastburn Mccormick, MA

Title(s)Research Coordinator, Ob/Gyn, Reproductive Sciences
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    Humboldt State UniversityMA2019Applied Anthropology
    California Polytechnic University San Luis ObispoBS2012Social Sciences
    UCSF Bixby Advocacy Fellowship2023
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    UCSF2023SPOT Award
    UCSF2023Bixby Staff Career Development Fund
    UCSF2023School of Medicine WINGS Employee Development Grant
    UCSF2023UCSF Staff Assembly Scholarship

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    Ariel Eastburn McCormick is a Research Coordinator with the UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment (PRHE) and 2023 Bixby Advocacy and Communications Fellow. She received her M.A. in Applied Anthropology (with a focus in Medical Anthropology) from Humboldt State where she conducted a qualitative study of maternal health care access in Santa Clara County. Ariel has been a longtime advocate of Reproductive Justice through her past work with menstrual equity organizations and as a full-spectrum doula-in-training.

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    1. A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Doula Care from a Public Health Framework. 2024. Ariel Eastburn, Erin Hubbard, Ashley Mitchell, and Amy Chen. View Publication.