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Jennifer Newberry

Jennifer Newberry

Faculty Affiliate
Stanford King Center on Global Development
Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Stanford University School of Medicine
MSc, Stanford University, Epidemiology and Clinical Research, 2018
JD, University of Chicago Law School, 2008

About

Dr. Jennifer A. Newberry is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Stanford University. She earned her law degree and medical degree from the University of Chicago. After graduating from residency at Stanford, she completed a fellowship in Social Emergency Medicine and Population Health. Dr. Newberry’s interest in social justice and popluation health led to her current work in global health and emergency medicine. She is currently the Research Director for Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI). Dr. Newberry runs the Online Medical Research program, a collaboration between SEMI and the largest ambulance service in the world (GVK EMRI), collecting data across nine states on the epidemiology of emergency medical complaints in the prehospital setting. Dr. Newberry’s current research seeks to understand how to strengthen crisis support systems in developing countries for women experiencing gender-based violence and/or other medical emergencies.