Emelie Bailey is a Graduate Research Associate at the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center and PhD student in the Department of Geography at The Ohio State University.
Emelie conducts health research with a focus on behavioral health and maternal and child health. As a health geographer, she is especially interested in the relationship between health and place, spatial patterns of disease, and spatiotemporal trends in health outcomes. Her dissertation research investigates spatial patterns of opioid addiction among women in the state of Ohio. Emelie’s prior experience includes over a decade of research and operational support to domestic and international maternal and child health programs. She earned a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Vermont and her M.A. in Geography from The Ohio State University.