Teniola Egbe, MPH
Teniola (Teni) Egbe, MPH is a clinical research coordinator working with Dr. Kate Henry at the Center for Pediatric Clinical Effectiveness (CPCE). Teni works on a variety of research studies involving imagining as a tool to help identify cases of child abuse.
Teni received her Master of Public Health and Master of Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania. She previously worked on GI & Hepatology studies at Penn Medicine, focused around different liver and gastrointestinal diseases. During her graduate studies, she conducted research examining the risk of prematurity by race, ethnicity, and nativity. Teni received her BS in Biology from Villanova University. Teni is interested in maternal and child health, global health, intimate partner violence, and racial and ethnic health disparities.